Women Photographers - as selected by the BJP

"Tasmania (Australia) was inhabited for an estimated 40,000 years by the Tasmanian Aborigines. The British invasion in 1803 and the subsequent conflicts and eventual war which ensued obliterated almost the entire Indigenous population in under 30 years. This series focuses on the little-known massacre sites throughout Tasmania to examine the notion of deliberate historical forgetting. From the series No Blood Stained the Wattle © Aletheia Casey" 

Fantastic to see Aletheia Casey featured amongst other talented international photographers in the British Journal of Photography's 31 Women to Watch  

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