The timing of this worked out perfectly being in Perth for the Exposure Mentoring Camp on the invitation of Glenn […]
I’m a big fan of one thing doing two things or even three things. To date this was the most […]
It’s been a very busy year and not much of that has been personal work so it was nice to […]
Great to finish the year with a bang. HOPE, a work derived from the HOMELAND Series placed in the winners […]
Got a call from the head steward who asked me to clean up my image before it was printed for the exhibition. Had to double check what he was referring to ‘Mate you’ve got a terribly dirty sensor’
He mistook the flies for dirt.
The plight of Anangu includes an incredibly high cost of living, disruption of services and power as well as extremely low employment opportunities often resulting in the need for individuals and families to relocate away from community and country in order to survive. This severance of connection creates a multitude of social and emotional wellbeing issues. The Homeland is a deeply spiritual place that connects families and allows time and space to get out of town and reflect on ancestors passed on, customs and culture as well as educate the next generation. Amongst all of this resides a natural beauty emanating hope.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.