K(not) is a new multi-year artistic project that discusses the impacts of climate colonisation and ecological justice on diasporic and First Nations communities.
Performing Statelessness is a creative and practice-led research initiative that foregrounds stateless communities’ voices and lived experience to investigate what it means to be stateless in the context of Australia.
'They Did Didn’t They' is a podcast series about community, creativity, care and culture. Across 10 episodes this podcast series draws on a wealth of community knowledge and experience to explore and unpack the many ways to build community wellbeing from the ground up rather than problematic top-down approaches.
Ajak Kwai with Sabrina Adem & Adiam Beyin of Young Eritreans Australia are challenging the politics of food through a series of online cooking and conversation videos that discuss diaspora, colonialism, identity and connecting to roots.
In this recorded conversation, Tasnim and Florence shared the inspiration behind the idea of developing a children’s picture book together that unsettles usual multiculturalist children’s literature.
The name of this exhibition زندگی Zendegi means life in Farsi. English is a bit basic though and doesn’t really capture the word’s full complexity. The start of زندگی Zendegi is زن Zan which means woman. This represent the centrality of women to life. For me this is important because the phrase زن زندگی آزادی (Women Life Freedom) is also a symbol of the protests that are happening in Iran right now.