Katrina Tuckey

My artwork expresses the need for change and unity. The title refers to the ‘cloud’ that people speak, their
ideas and plans for the future. By having two people of different gender, age and heritage speaking these words, it expresses the fact that it doesn’t matter if you’re different, together we can bring change. This relates to both reconciliation and the theme Our Voices, Our Future. In the work I also included Aboriginal symbols, this represents meeting of ideas and collaboration. The border signifies a connection to the land, and our need to protect it.

Reconciliation means… Coming together or uniting for change. It can also mean reuniting or restoring something that was lost.

The Wind of Unity 

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