"The full experience of life is here... It's almost like I'm scuba diving everywhere else, but here I've got full use of my lungs"
The artist Yhonnie Scarce breathes new life and energy into profoundly moving glassworks that, in turn, provide a space to mourn the loss of Aboriginal lives lost during the colonisation of Australia
The photographer's psychologically charged, cinematic works propose striking alternative realities - ones that draw on Australia's dark past and, in doing so, chart a course toward a better future
On International Women's Day, she of the many stringed bow talks to GRAZIA about the incredibly complex and current triumvirate of movements: the Weinstein watershed, pay parity and Hollywood’s subsequent identity crisis