These landscape and portrait pieces were taken on Ngarigo land. ( Southeast- New South Wales) taken before the Victoria and NSW second gruelling lockdown. Supina was stuck in Victoria for the rest of the year. This piece was a collaboration between her and photographer Warwick Baker. The Body that presents in the landscape is a vernacular to working-class domesticity and an introverted protected space - it is a marker of her identity and how it is employed in the environment responds to her history, She occupies the space to disassociate and re-claim the colonial settler past.
Supina Bytol is an experimental visual and sound artist of Cocos Island / Malay / Islamic heritage. Her work explores suburban discomfort, through experimental cultural mash performances, surreal video works, and in situ suburban photographic works. Disseminating her lived experience, by producing imagery that unsettles defined representations of cultural and female iconography.