Melting into the ground beneath our feet. Shot with a dear friend on a hot day in the Hunter Valley, we each both bathed in mud and lay ourselves out to dry. We appeared to melt seamlessly into the landscape lying like two rocks in a nest of reeds.
Miela Malyon is a photomedia and performance artist currently working and living on Tyerenotepanner; Panninher and Lettermairrener land in Lutruwita (Tasmania). She is fascinated by interactions between external and internal worlds, and the connections forged with land, bodies and communities. Miela Malyon has exhibited her work in Sydney as part of the first instalment of Herland (2019) curated by Freÿa Black, and has work in upcoming shows Pandemonium (at the University of Technology Sydney [U.T.S.]) and Multiply curated by Bea Buckland Wallis. Miela is currently completing a bachelor of design in photography at U.T.S. via distance whilst roaming Lutruwita.