Cementa22 Festival has selected Sister GlitterNullius as one of this year’s artists!

Image: Meryn Martin, The Sisters of Perpetual Plastix: Confession on Cockatoo Island, Plastic-free Biennale, NIRIN, Biennale of Sydney, 2020.

Sister GlitterNullius is the post-traumatic, personification and representation of the hypocrisy dilemma that is the Anthropocene. A nun, imprisoned by her love-hate relationship with plastix and all things, consumerist, capitalist, catholic and post-colonial. Through humour, irony, and a pinch of sarcasm, GlitterNullius stands with the in-betweeners, the failures and the lost, trying to navigate a greener decolonised path Home. Can someone lend her a map?

Enduring themes of identity and Indigeneity, entangled, complex relationships, failure and fragility feature in Juundaal’s work, contextualised within decolonisation frameworks, Indigenous cultural revitalisation, simultaneously responding to environmental crisis. Through performance, storytelling, short videos and workshops, Juundaal creates projects that prioritise collaborative solutions, shared knowledges, and social engagement with challenging, complex issues.

View the full list of artists at https://cementa.com.au/artists | Full program via the link in their bio. Cementa Inc.

I’m so proud to be part of the Cementa22 Festival! Enjoy the promo video!

My performances, for Cementa22 Festival: “Sister GlitterNullius & the Kandos Doll’s House” and “Keeping Gate: Sister GlitterNullius” are generously funded by Create NSW.

Your Friend, In & Out of Plastix!

Juundaal AKA Sister GlitterNullius X

CreateNSW, Small Projects Grants, 2022.
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