‘Bow Down to the Sovereign Goddess’ (series 1-5), 2012; exhibited at Art Gallery of South Australia, ‘From the Street’ and part of the Flinders University Art Museum Collection. Portraits: Alexis West, Simone Tur, Nazaree Dickerson, Tracey Rigney and Faye Rosas Blanch.
‘SovereignGODDESSnotdomestic #1 and #2’, 2017, exhibited at ACE Open, in The Next Matriarch as part of TARNANTHI Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art. Exhibited at the Koorie Heritage Trust, 2018. Portraits: Natasha Wanganeen and Bianca Leicester.
Ali Gumillya Baker
is a Mirning woman, mother, academic, filmmaker, visual and performance artist. She has curated a number of visual art exhibitions, including Bound/Unbound Sovereign Acts I and II
at Fontanelle (2014) and during TARNANTHI Festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Contemporary Art (2015), Nunga Odradek (2013) at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation and Long Way Home (2012) at Flinders City Gallery. She was also an invited artist at the Art Gallery of South Australia exhibition From the Street (2012), curated by Lisa Slade. She has exhibited at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute (2011) a show called ALIAN: Bow Down to the Sovereign Goddess.