I explore my culture, reflecting on the social and political issues that have influenced my life, capturing and sharing my images to provoke my audiences. I photograph the landscape and indigenous people to portray my concepts that encompass racial segregation with ironic gestures and I explore cultural identity in attempt to raise a broader awareness of Indigenous Australians today.


Tjanara Jali Talbot is a Wiradjuri and Bundjulang woman who grew up in her grandmother’s country in Wellington, NSW. In 2012 she obtained her bachelor degree in Fine Arts from the University of New South Wales. She works principally with photography, both analog and digital, and performance.


2010 Show of Strength, Boomali Aboriginal Art Gallery, Leichhardt, NSW
2011 Fealdwork, COFAspace, College of fine arts, Paddington, NSW
2013 First light, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, CBR