I live and work on the stolen land of Wurundjeri people. I pay my respect to elders past present and emerging. Always was and always will be Aboriginal land.
Sofia Sabbagh is an ecological and community-engaged artist living on Wurundjeri Country. She uses arts-based research, story-telling and visual ecology to study the local environment, and her role in it as a settler Australian. Her work is informed by her Palestinian and Irish heritage, and the need for land/earth rights via stories which generate hope.
Sofia Sabbagh co-facilitating a community mural with Tamara Corinthwaite.
Working with the community, found materials (dirt, grass, leaves, bark) and paints to illustrate local plants and animals. Alice Springs, 2018