Colin in Domestic Eden (8) is one of an eight part series that explores how biblical archetypes of men and women have influenced the deeply entrenched social pressures for humans to conform based on their ‘sex’.
Paris Montaigne (they/them) is an artist living on Whadjuk Noongar Country.
Paris uses art as a means to explore and subvert sociopolitical phenomenons, drawing inspiration from their lived experience as a Queer, Autistic/ADHD, Disabled, Person of Colour. In doing so, they invite the audience to question the hegemonic ideologies that Australian colonial society is founded upon.
Paris' passion for diversity and inclusion has seen their increased involvement in the Boorloo arts community to create equitable and accessible spaces.