Portrait of Daisy Kadibil, 2009 / Tobias Titz
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- Titz, Tobias 1973-, photographer
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- National Library of Australia digitised item
- 1 photograph : black and white ; image 38 x 60.5 cm, on sheet 51 x 76.1 cm
- Title from acquisitions documentation.
- "I come from Jigalong They took me away but I walked all around country back to where I was born I came back"--Quote from Daisy Kadibil to the left of the portrait.
- Martu woman Daisy Kadibil at the age of eight, along with her sister Molly and Cousin Gracie were forcibly removed from their family and community at Jigalong, Western Australia under Australian Government policy at the time and sent to the Moore River Native Settlement. The girls escaped the settlement and followed the rabbit-proof fence, with Molly and Daisy completing the 1,600 kilometre journey back to Jigalong.
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- Purchased from the photographer, 2018.
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