SKIN IN THE GAME 

SKIN IN THE GAME 

Fremantle PS Art Space and the Painted Tree Gallery in Northcliffe

2020 - 2021

Skin in the Game explores the residue from past relationships, travels, academia and community work whilst observing the ripple effects of colonialism in Australia from an African Persian British Australian perspective. Skin in the Game comments on being human - how we love, care and control in domestic and social relationships.

'These paintings are at once intimate and political, in the way that skin is. Skins are the most visible. So often we have come to assume that one is based on, defined by and understood best through reference to one's skin. Yet skin holds and hides, contains and shapes constellations  of selves.' Dave Palmer 2020

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Photo credit: Michelle Troop

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