This is a poster consisting of 100 identical photographs of myself. Under each was a separate identity (daughter, teacher, sister, etc.). This was intended to be a visual representation of the fact that at any given moment in time, we represent an infinite number of identities.
Indians & Babes
These are two masks which were constructed with plastic face moulds and paper mache. The black and white photographs were used to depict stereotypical views of Aboriginal people and women. The idea was that often superficially Aboriginal people and women are judged based upon these stereotypes, as if they are wearing masks.
This painting was inspired by the movie Chaplin. Prior to watching this movie, I was unfamiliar with the life of Charlie Chaplin. I was particularly struck by a moment in the film when Charlie Chaplin learned that the love of his life had died, and he continued to face the world with a smile.