However, it seems to me unfair that I would be given this chance ahead of others. Was it through good fortune, or positive thinking?
'Our response to a building like this, our deep affection for some places and loathing of others: what does that say about us and our community? How can we tell if our reaction is something to treasure and protect or to carefully unravel?'
'Here the people spread out across and remain embedded in the soil. It always was and always will be Wiradjiru because country holds us and we hold it'
'That is the task. If not now, when? If not us, who?'
“The idea of quietly staring at a rock, piles of sand, or blinking stars for hours, if not weeks, seems, weirdly, profoundly countercultural today, in a world where people tweet bubbles, livestream the arching of eyebrows and spend holidays...
Thilini Niruja NuskeDeceived by her eyes202057x76cmBallpoint pen on paper Deceived by her eyes by Thilini Niruja Nuske is the winner of the WMQ Award at the 2020 Art from the Margins Queensland Outsider Art Awards. Thilini’s works explore themes of...
Julia Baird’s Phosphorescence is full of personal stories of encounters with beauty that illuminate hope in situations of darkness. She emphasises the stillness of nature as the place to experience awe and wonder. In this video, Stevie Wills...
'I experience beauty as that which connects rather than removes…There is no transcendence here. It is embodiment and connection. It is enfolding, grounding, reminding, startling, unsettling, shaking and restoring.'
When my eyes can’t see past the given image, blue, spring skies really do bring relief, but, more than that, they remind me that new possibilities and ways of seeing exist.
'It seems that our female nurses are almost forced to make a choice between their career and their family and I cannot help but wonder how many male nurses are required to make such a choice'