First Nations Women’s Bodies in Colonial Spaces


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Image by Paola Balla

Join First Nations artist and arts scholar Paola Balla for a yarn about the complexities and intersections of being a First Nations woman or person who has a lived experience of misogyny. Focusing particularly on the effect of social media, the discussion will touch on fat-phobia, selfies and body autonomy, questioning whether social media is beneficial or detrimental for self-image and autonomy of self.

This event is presented in partnership with Melbourne Fringe Festival.