Holes in History
Holes in History 2017
Steel wool, bull kelp, black velvet
Continuum, Griffith Graduate Showcase 2017
Steel wool Image: Andy Willis
Vulval images: Michelle Vine Studio
The sculptural and mixed-media installation responds to the visibility, hidden histories and lived experiences of Tasmanian Aboriginal, people.
Steel wool-based hanging objects are symbolic of Australia’s mission to white-wash or clean away all traces of Aboriginality.
Texturally sensuous and robust bull kelp and fabric objects speak to specific and complex Aboriginal women’s lived experiences and claim our womanhood.