Author: Annabel Li

Harnessing the earthly magic and natural elements of the African Sub Saharan landscape, Cissé borrows the mythic legends of Malian folklore and transcribes it effortlessly onto the celluloid of 35mm film.

The tragic loss of young lives at a festival should not make us complacent, especially when those fatalities arise from preventable drug risks. People are taking drugs, and people will most likely continue to take drugs in the future.

It is our due diligence, as non-Indigenous migrants who have made this stolen land our home, to give back as much as possible to First Nations people. It begins with casting an affirmative vote in this week’s referendum, and then untangling the knotted narratives that have been woven around us.