Jacqueline Jacky, That Place They Had, 2022, screen-print, watercolour monotype, calico, string, keen’s curry, turmeric.

Content warning – this contains names and images of deceased Aboriginal people. The topic of colonialism, and racism is explored throughout this work. 

This piece of work was produced and made on Gadigal Land, I would like to acknowledge the First Nations people, past, present and future. My work explores my Aboriginal identity through storytelling from my mother, Vicki Rose Winters Green. The use of family archives of the women in my family helped develop this piece of work. The stories, journeys, and archives highlight how all Aboriginal women's stories have beauty and trauma due to white/colonial Australia.

Instagram: @jackygreenwinters

Acknowledgement of Country

UNSW School of Art & Design stands on an important place of learning and exchange first occupied by the Bidjigal and Gadigal peoples.

We acknowledge the Bidjigal and Gadigal peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land that our students and staff share, create and operate on. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and extend this respect to all First Nations peoples across Australia. Sovereignty has never been ceded.