Belinda Mason Unfinished Business Awareness - Aboriginal Disability Rights
Unfinished Business Awareness - Aboriginal Disability Rights is Silver Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Photography and Photo Manipulation Design Award Category.
Unfinished Business Awareness - Aboriginal Disability Rights

Unfinished Business is a series of 3D holographic portraits have been created as 3D holographic lenticulars to create awareness of the high rates of disability in the Australian Aboriginal community and the complexity of the political and social history which impacts on the lives of all Australians. The exhibition has an app for people with sensory, cognitive and learning impairments which enables inclusive engagement of the project. The exhibition was shown at the United Nations in Geneva in 2013 and United Nations New York in 2014 and is now touring nationally.

Unfinished Business Awareness - Aboriginal Disability Rights
Belinda Mason Unfinished Business
Belinda Mason Awareness - Aboriginal Disability Rights
Belinda Mason design
Belinda Mason design
Belinda Mason

I collaborate with people who are impacted by multiple discrimination in order to create a platform on which they can use art as a medium through which public create awareness of particular issues. Often these people are voiceless within their own communities, let lone the world outside their own social environment. For each person who comes forward their are thousands who remain silent. Those who do come forward, through telling their story, provide solace to those who remain silent, through the realisation that they are not alone. Th goal of the work is to reveal that we are all multifaceted and that until we can look at each other and seek what is the same about each other first, we will never be able to understand the difference between us. Such understanding is a holistic approach to communicating with our fellow human beings, which empowers us all. Design thinking is critical in our approach to social, economic and environmental sustainability in which hinges on a fragile balance.

Blur Projects

Blur Projects is an artist collective which creative inclusive projects about and by people with disability to ensure the live experience and integrity of the participants who are feel disadvantaged or discriminated against with our community are a included in conversations of social change. Using art as a instrument of freedom of speech is empowering for all those involved in the projects. They are supported by many generous donors, in kind and financially whose goal alines with those of the participants and artists. Together they blur the invisible lines between us in order to realise underneath we are all the same.