White walls, neon writing… the Boomerang effect evokes a gallery of contemporary art. Next to objects, weapons and artifacts, the exhibition shows works that illustrate the mythological stories of the Aborigines. Artist Brook Andrew, guest at MEG in Geneva, presents his own view of the history of Australia's first inhabitants. Through a real boomerang effect, the destruction of their culture has led the Aborigines to strengthen their identity, with unprecedented creativity. Their art has become a claim tool and a tool for political control. The MEG unveils one of its finest collections and reveals the richness of Australia's cultural heritage. During the course of the exhibition, it is understood how attempts to suppress Aboriginal culture since the 18 th century ended with an opposite result of the one desired.