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How can we sleep when our koalas are burning / [Bettina Kaiser]
Bib ID 8151018
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, text, sheet]
Author
Kaiser, Bettina, 1970- artist
 
Online Versions
Description [Sydenham, N.S.W.] : [Bettina Kaiser Art +Design], [2019] 
©2019 
1 poster : colour ; 42 x 29.6 cm 
Summary

Risograph poster showing a koala in purple. Text in orange lettering with question mark superimposed over the koala. Bettina Kaiser notes, "This is a personal project that came out of personal fear around climate change, terror about the suffering of our land and animals and the need for more activism. The creative concept was directly inspired by Clare Farrell of #bodypolitic https://www.bodypolitic.space/read and the Extinction Rebellion style she developed."

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PIC Poster Drawer 331 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2567675122

Subjects Climatic changes -- Posters.  |  Climatic changes -- Government policy -- Posters.  |  Global warming -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Posters.  |  Koala -- Posters.  |  Political posters, Australian.  |  Australian
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