Unbroken is a unique multi-artform project that celebrates a group of Australians who have embraced their imperfections and discovered strength in their traumas.
With a strong focus on inclusivity, ten diverse individuals share deeply moving stories of vulnerability and resilience, bringing attention to many current social issues such as loss, body image, sexuality and gender, disability, racism, mental illness, asylum seeking and sexual assault.
As they were painted, each participant exemplified the essence of the Kintsugi art form through the sharing of their experiences, expressing confidence and self-acceptance of themselves and their bodies.
Braiden Asciak, Producer
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Unbroken: An Exhibition was presented in the Angela Robarts-Bird Gallery at Gasworks Arts Park during Midsumma Festival 2019, Australia’s leading queer arts and cultural organisation, for and by people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
The exhibition ran for three weeks from January 21st to February 10th 2019 with an opening night event featuring live performances by the project’s queer participants Lady Zee and Achala.
The above video was installed as part of the produced exhibition.
We are seeking funding to complete this project as a web series and printed book.