Koi Kyeunu-ruff
$240.00 AUD
Edition of 15


Mount Toolbrunup in the Stirling Ranges, one of the many places named after Western Australia's first governor. In 1834, James Stirling led the Pinjarra Massacre. A group of twenty-five armed men attacked an encampment killing dozens of Noongar men, women and children. The original Noongar name for these mountains, Koi Kyeunu-ruff, means the place of ever-moving mist and fog.

Paul Clifford is a writer and photographer who migrated to Australia from Kenya in 1985. He is currently working on a thesis that explores how narrative is constructed through photographic images and written text. His PhD is based on the remnant archive of his grandparent's photography studio in Nairobi.


  • Materials Archival inkjet print
  • Dimensions 30 x 30 cm
  • Edition Edition of 15
  • Framing Unframed