Rozalind Drummond is a visual artist and Lecturer in Photography at Deakin University, Melbourne. Rozalind has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. Her work to date encompasses photography, installation, video and participatory art practices. Rozalind’s recent photographs, with their open-ended interpretations and flirtation with absence, have a particular engagement in the social and political context of the 1960s and 1970s.
ArticlesIntroduction This article presents the trans-disciplinary encounters with and perspectives on embodiment of three creative-arts practitioners within the Deakin University research project Flows & Catchments. The project explores how creative arts participate in community and the possibility of well-being. We discuss our preparations for creative work...Read more