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Zoe Golding is a multidisciplinary artist and a Bunganditj and Gumbaynggirr woman. Her
early experiences with her Grandmother, who was also an artist, involved responding to her
natural surroundings with a sense of connection to place and the values of custodianship.
Engaging this child-like perspective in her practice, Golding employs a fictional narrative
device in her work to explore places familiar and foreign, resulting in a whimsical and
sublime rendering of the landscape. Having developed this particular approach to place,
Golding is currently developing work in response to Nordic landscapes and children’s book
illustrations, creating a tension in her work between romanticism, connection to country and
notions of innocence.

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