Bindi Cole works to expose the questions most are afraid to ask. The cathartic nature of Cole’s practice imbues her work with a gritty honesty. Her images are at times so personal the viewer’s experience can verge on voyeurism. Ever since she stepped into the South Eastern Australian Aboriginal arts scene as a portrait photographer in 2007, Bindi Cole has kept evolving her trademark style. Mixing portrait photography, painting, collage, text, weaving, film, performance, sound and projections, Cole’s work exposes the latent and unspoken power dynamics of Australian culture in the here and now. She subtly but powerfully reveals some uncomfortable truths about the fundamental disconnection between who we are - the communities and identities by which we shape our sense of self - and how the prevailing culture attempts to place and define us.