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This chapter focuses on works developed after examining the archival collection of Daphne Mayo at Fryer Library (University of Queensland). The case study focuses on the works on paper and how they have emerged through what the author considers as a form of artistic collaboration. It considers how artists can interpret archival material and promote how intergenerational feminist perspectives can highlight people's lives as continuous stories that inform and bring together the past with present, image with meaning, individual with community and private life with professional.


School of Arts

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