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Alistair Ott
Alistair Ott, 'This Body That Holds Me', 2021. Digital drawing, 21 x 25 cm

Alistair Ott (They/He) is a Wiradjuri, nonbinary, queer, brother boy. They work as an engagement coordinator in TGDI support and advocacy and have completed their honours year in queer theory and literature. He is passionate about working with and advocating for LGBTIQA+ communities, especially our youth and first nations people. He also volunteers with DEiFY, a QBIPOC collective on Ngunnawal country.