“Through the camera, I do not only see a discarded object or a forgotten moment, I see users, I see routines and I aim to take these ordinary objects or moments and breathe new life into them, let them tell their story one more time”. Robert Fielding
As a son of a child of the stolen generation, Robert Fielding grew up influenced by two very different cultures: Western urban life and Indigenous ancestral Law. Robert’s work associates these two worlds using abandoned objects of modern life as a means of expressing traditional Aboriginal art. With his photographs, he offers us his interpretation of history and shows us that the future of Indigenous communities lies in their hands.