1. In 2011, the Census revealed that 1 in 4 Australians was born overseas. As a Thai born Australian, I am interested in culture shift and migration experience, how the migration affects native people.

    
Rabbits were introduced as part of a broad attempt by early colonists to make Australia as much like Europe as they possibly could. Rabbit may look cute and cuddly but they have been a persistent pest and invasive species in Australia for 150 years. 


    My latest series “HAPPY LAND” explore the settlement of European, Asian and asylum seekers in Australia and its impact to the local communities and their environment as well as my continuing investigation of the fluidity of borders between East and West.

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  3. Triennale Camberra

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  4. Whether she is called a potter, ceramic artist or maker, Jane Sawyer discusses some of the inspiration behind her work. Jane Sawyer is the director and founder of Slow Clay Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

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  5. The Ceramicist

    Running time: 3min30sec

    Client: tete-a-tete &PLATE
    Production Company: MSQUARE Productions
    Directed by Michael Cristian Greene
    Produced by Edana Jamora
    Art Direction Mia-Danica Jamora
    Cinematography & Edit: Michael C Greene
    Composer: Jonathan M Ochmann

    Featuring to Hayden Youlley

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Australian Ceramics Film Festival 2015

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The Australian Ceramics Association Film Festival showcases the diversity of the Australian ceramics scene. This collection of films will emphasise the makers, the inspirational Australian landscape and its impact on local artists. The films focus on…


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The Australian Ceramics Association Film Festival showcases the diversity of the Australian ceramics scene. This collection of films will emphasise the makers, the inspirational Australian landscape and its impact on local artists. The films focus on aspects of ceramic practice as diverse as an abstract project exploring natural clay, temporality and place, woodfiring, paperclay sculpture inquiring into anthropomorphic qualities of architecture, tableware techniques, and a black comedy based around figurative sculpture referencing French classic cinema.
This film series was featured at the Australian Ceramics Triennale 2015 held in Canberra, ACT, Australia in July 2015.

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