Untitled Series - All We Can't See

In the recent exhibition All We Can't See at Yellow House Gallery, Sydney I created a series of 3 works in response to one of the Nauru Files published in The Guardian a few years ago. Here are the works and the details of the file, all works are for sale.

Untitled I (File date, 28 Sept 2014) 2017 Archival inkjet print Framed 21 x 29.7 cm Limited edition of 5 + AP

Untitled I (File date, 28 Sept 2014)

2017

Archival inkjet print

Framed

21 x 29.7 cm

Limited edition of 5 + AP

Untitled II (File date, 28 Sept 2014) 2017 Archival inkjet print Framed 59.4 x 84 cm Limited edition of 5 + AP

Untitled II (File date, 28 Sept 2014)

2017

Archival inkjet print

Framed

59.4 x 84 cm

Limited edition of 5 + AP

Untitled III (File date, 28 Sept 2014) 2017 Archival inkjet print Framed 29.7 x 42cm Limited edition of 5 + AP

Untitled III (File date, 28 Sept 2014)

2017

Archival inkjet print

Framed

29.7 x 42cm

Limited edition of 5 + AP


28 SEPTEMBER 2014
INFORMATION
Incident:Complaint
Downgraded:Unknown

I was asked on Friday (26-9-2014) by a fellow teacher [REDACTED 1] if I would sit with an asylum seeker [REDACTED 2] who was sobbing. She is a classroom helper for the children. A secondary teacher assistant [REDACTED 3] was present. She talked about several situations, some from Christmas Island, some from RPC3. She reported that she has been asking for a 4 minute shower as opposed to 2 minutes. Her request has been accepted on condition of sexual favours. It is a male security person. She did not state if this has or hasn’t occured. The security officer wants to view a boy or girl having a shower.