Grass-fed art

HAMILTON Hill photographer Jacinta Taylor’s connection with Aboriginal culture is captured perfectly in Balga.

The exhibition focuses on the traditionally-important grass tree, which has been used for thousands of years for food, drink, fibre and to make implements like spears and axes.

• Photo by Jacinta Taylor

“And the dry bits are used as kindling, and the resin mixed with kangaroo poo makes glue,” Hill says.

Balga is on January 20 to 24, at at Replants on Wray Avenue, Fremantle.

by JENNY D’ANGER

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