Yasmin Elbouch

Yasmin Elbouch is a multidisciplinary artist creating on Wurundjeri lands. She is a third-generation migrant, first generation Lebanese-Australian who uses mediums such poetry and film photography to encapsulate the journey to defining one’s identity by reclaiming ethnicity, culture and race. Our connection with our heritage can be fragmented, especially in colonised Australia. Yasmin seeks to heal this fragmentation through the use of metaphoric devices and aims to show that there is space for who you are and where you come from.

Kusa Mahshi

Spending the afternoon hallowing out the inside of a zucchini, Piercing its jaundice flesh Calling it by its name Telling it, “It’s time to leave your home, what you were born into.” “It’s time to make room for Something else, …

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