Jennifer Eadie is a writer, artist and academic living on Kaurna Yarta in South Australia. Her creative practice is interdisciplinary (text, installation and performance) but always place-based: exploring the stories and histories that emerge from place when it is understood as living Country rather than property or resource. Her recent work has been shared with TEXT Journal and CORDITE Poetry Review. Her current exhibition on show at The Mill Gallery, UNRAVEL, is a collaboration with dance practitioner, Adrianne Semmens and explores the question of what it means to belong to place that is not your ancestral country: https://www.themilladelaide.com/events/2021/adriannnesemmens-jennifereadie-unravel
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