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Artist: Dixon Patten (Bitja), Bayila Creative
The guiding philosophy for this artwork is about protecting and empowering ourselves and our community. The figures in the middle represent diverse peoples and their different journeys. They are coming together in support of one another and to seek support for themselves. Better to Know holds a safe space for that support. The formations around the figures represent our networks and how we connect to one another. It represents the exchange of information. The ripple represents the impacts on our communities, being accountable to ourselves and one another and the seeking of knowledge around sexual health.