A stark series of photographs that explore the relationship between a mother and daughter, against deeper themes of death and regeneration in nature.

A Hume Arts Youth Award 2020 recipient, Filipe presents a stark series of photographs that explore the relationship between a mother and daughter, against deeper themes of death and regeneration in nature.

The symbiotic relationship between plants and animals is symbolised in these human subjects. The frailty of beauty and the certainty of death are parts of an eternal cycle and, like the images, conjure a sense of both horror and awe.

Filipe has completed his VCE studies at Aitken College in 2020 and this series of images was part of his final year portfolio. Filipe is currently studying Production Design at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).

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Hume Galleries are three unique gallery spaces run by Hume City Council (Victoria Australia):
Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery - Craigieburn Global Learning Centre
(75-95 Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn 3064)
Town Hall Gallery - Town Hall Broadmeadows
(10 Dimboola Road, Broadmeadows 3047)
Sunbury Gallery - Sunbury Global Learning Centre
(44 Macedon St, Sunbury 3429)
Further information visit http://hume.vic.gov.au/exhibitions

(image credit: Lemur Monkey Daydreaming, 2019)

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