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When the wind doesnt blow and the sun doesnt shine

Painting by Sabine Pandolfini Kirkwood
Font design by Elliot Shields
Caption tracing by Stephanie Overs

Sabine Pandolfini Kirkwood: “There was fire colours and rain colours. I like the rain colour because that would stop the fire coming. I did that because they would make the fires stopped to save the animals. Then the wind could blow.”

Rafaela Pandolfini is a photographer and artist, also working in the curatorial. Rafaela explores feminine identity in the broadest sense as well as the value of labour. She holds an MFA from UNSW. From 2009 onwards Rafaela spent time photographing in clubs/dancefloors across Sydney, she continues to photograph for many prominent artists and institutions. In 2015 Rafaela created an epic 8 hour video called 02-02 A dance for every day of my pregnancy, exhibited in Realising Mother at Kudos Gallery and Campbelltown Arts Centre. 02-02 explores themes of the performative body, maintenance and care work. Rafaela’s curatorial work includes Inside, co-curated with Stella Rosa McDonald, Session Vessels and An Unintended Consequence (of labour) organised with Ainslie Templeton and Cosmopolitan organised with Jana Hawkins-Andersen.