Dean sees the purpose of his work as a way to create cultural connections between inheritance and legacy.
Dean’s work creates an atmosphere which blurs the intersections of Indigenous and contemporary, cultural and artistic traditions.
Each installation piece embodies a journey in which the materials speak as the narrator. The three-dimensional aspect of the work invites intimate audience engagement through the details of its composition.
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Sinsa is a proud Trawoolaway women from larapuna the Northern region of lutruwita Tasmania. She is a program producer and project officer, as well a co-founder, performer and choreographer with the successful pakana kanaplila a traditional/ contemporary Tasmanian Aboriginal dance troupe.
Mariaa Randall is a Gidabul, Gulibul and Yaegl dance maker from the Far North Coast of New South Wales (NSW). She is a NAISDA Dance College graduate and more recently a Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) graduate obtaining a Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Arts Management.