Through My Eyes Photography Exhibition

Through my eyes’ is an exhibition of photographic stories on identity and inclusion.

Six women photographers with disability share their personal experiences and stories through feminist self-portraits. The result is a photographic journey, offering unique insight into contemporary Australian women and the lived experience of disability today.

‘Through my eyes’ reveals fresh perspectives on disability to challenge pervasive, limiting negative attitudes and assumptions.

The exhibition features work by Kerry Fountain, Evianne Grosvenor, Melinda Montgomery, Karen Peacock, Marusha Rowe Pride and Malissa Thorpe.

The project was initiated at Black Dog Institute and UNSW Sydney by Diane Macdonald, Angela Dew, Karen Fisher and Katherine Boydell.

When

6 October 2020 – 09:00 am – 22 January 2021 – 05:00 pm

Location

Lionel Bowen Library, Maroubra
669-673 Anzac Parade,
Maroubra NSW 2035

Accessibility details

The library is fully accessible. There are wheelchair accessible bathrooms on a different level, accessible by lift. There are easy read descriptions for each work in the exhibition.

For more information

d.macdonald@blackdog.org.au
02 9093 6400