Dani Netherclift

‘It’s no gift to have this kind of knowledge’: Indigo Perry in conversation with Dani Netherclift

Indigo Perry and Dani Netherclift are sisters living and writing in Victoria. Their father and older brother both drowned in an irrigation channel in 1993. Below is a conversation about the ways that this tragedy has shaped their creative practices both singularly and in dialogue with each other’s work.

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