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The Anatomy of Belonging

The Anatomy of Belonging explored the stories of seven very different lives and what it means to belong here. Storytellers were trained by Sisonke Msimang, with the project managed by Logan Griffiths and videography by Jarrad Seng.

The project collected stories that touched on daily life, responsibility, family, place, and community. Funded by the Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip, the stories are to be presented in the ‘Reflections’ exhibition, but you can watch a snippet below.

Thanks to our storytellers: Brianna Ozies, Daniel Bacon, Gerry Conneally, John Balgarnie, Narmit Singh, Samira Husic, Shirley Yahaya, and Tichaona Mazhawidza.

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