We Will Suppress You

45cm x 64cm, framed, hand embroidery on cotton, 2020


Read the blog post about this piece here.

This piece explores the ways that indigenous lifeways are suppressed and criticised whilst structural white supremacy and invasiveness as a concept are upheld. It’s about invasive species and how we should apply discernment and critical thinking when we are listening to conservation stories, and always asking ‘who does this narrative serve? Who benefits from people believing this story?’

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