The exhibition consists of thirty 3D lenticular backlit photographic portraits of the participants plus a narrative-style video interview of each participant, these interviews were produced by Dieter and Liam Knierim, with music by Robert Dann. This project also has a book featuring the images and stories of the participants. This book has been translated into an app which enables people with sensory, cognitive and learning impairments to engage with the project. The narrators of the audio and hard copy book are predominantly high-profile Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have given their support to the participants and the concerns that they have expressed. The author Gayle Kennedy weaves each story together. All the narrators have contributed in their own right to improving the human rights and lives of all Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The audio description, for people with visual impairments  was created by Imogen Yang. If you would like to order a hard copy of the book please email Photography@belindamason.com

Thank you to  all the narrators who have given their support to the participants and the concerns that they have expressed. All the narrators have contributed in their own right to improving the human rights and lives of all Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

ROBYNNE QUIGGIN – CEO, ASUTRALIAN INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE

PETER FORD – FOUNDER AND CEO, CONTROL BIONICS

GARY OAKLEY – INDIGENOUS LIAISON OFFICER, AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

TIGA BAYLES – CHAIRMAN, NATIONAL INDIGENOUS RADIO SERVICE

ROSALIE KUNOTH-MONKS OAM – ELDER, UTOPIA HOMELANDS

ARCHIE ROACH – SINGER AND SONGWRITER

JOSIE FARRER –  MP FOR KIMBERLEY, WA

MELINDA LALARA – MJD FOUNDATION

LIBBY MASSEY – DIRECTOR, RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, MJD FOUNDATION

JOSEPHINE  CASHMAN – MD, RIVERVIEW GLOBAL PARTNERS MEMBER, PRIME MINISTER’S INDIGENOUS ADVISORY COUNCIL

SAMANTHA HARRIS – MODEL, AMBASSADOR, NATIONAL CENTRE OF INDIGENOUS EXCELLENCE

LEAH PURCELL –  ACTOR, WRITER AND DIRECTOR OF STAGE AND SCREEN

DR JEFF MCMULLEN AM – JOURNALIST, FILMMAKER AND WRITER

BIBI BARBA – ARTIST, CURATOR AND INVENTOR

DR TOM CALMA AO – CO-CHAIR OF RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA, CO CHAIR  RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA. CO CHAIR OF THE  ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER SUICIDE PREVENTION ADVISORY GROUP, CHANCELLOR UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA

SHELLEY REYS AO – CHAIR, NATIONAL CENTRE FOR INDIGENOUS EXCELLENCE, MD, ARRILLA

JOHN MORIARTY AM – CHAIRMAN AND CO-FOUNDER, JUMBANA GROUP

DIETER AND LIAM KNIERIM – KNIERIM BROTHERS

WAYNE BLAIR  – ACTOR, WRITER AND DIRECTOR

LORNA MUNRO – MULTIDISCIPLINARY ARTIST

ELIZABETH COWIE –  DEPT OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT

MICK GOODA – ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMISSIONER AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

HETTI PERKINS – RESIDENT CURATOR, BANGARRA DANCE THEATRE, CREATIVE DIRECTOR, CORROBOREE SYDNEY

WARREN MUNDINE – MD,  NYUNGGABLACK CHAIR, PRIME MINISTERS INDIGENOUS ADVISORY COUNCIL

DARRYL KICKETT – 2013 NAIDOC PERSON OF THE YEAR, AMBASSADOR FOR RED DUST HEELERS

PROFESSOR STEVE BEVIS CHAPLIN, UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

DR GARY FOLEY – SENIOR LECTURER IN HISTORY, VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, MELBOURNE

JAKI ADAMS-BARTON – MANAGER FRED HOLLOWS FOUNDATION’S INDIGENOUS AUST PROGRAM

KARLA GRANT – HOST AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, LIVING BLACK (SBS AND NITV)

JUSTIN MOHAMED – CHAIR, NATIONAL ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY CONTROLLED HEALTH ORGANIZATION, DIRECTORACADEMY OF SPORT HEALTH & EDUCATION

IAN MCKINLAY –  LEGAL GUARDIAN

IDA CURTIS – LEGAL GUARDIAN

SENATOR NOVA PERIS OAM – SENATOR FOR THE NORTHERN TERRITORY

DR JAN HAMMILL  – COORDINATOR, COLLABORATION FOR ALCOHOL RELATED DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, UNIVERSITY OF QLD CENTRE FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH