At PICA we recognise that we are situated within the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We pay our respects and offer our gratitude to Elders past and present, and to those emerging leaders in the community. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the importance of their care and continued connection to culture, community and Country.

Always was, always will be.

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Bruno Booth

Bruno Booth (WA)

Bruno Booth (WA)
Bruno Booth will use his residency at PICA to develop his project Don’t know where to look. It will attempt to depict the mundane, farcical and extraordinary experiences that are provided to Booth as a condition of his disability. Booth will document and explore the physical reactions of the public to disability through videos, paintings and animation based on real world encounters between able bodied and disabled people within Peth City. This work is not intended as a criticism of the treatment of disabled people by the public but instead as a way to humanise disabled people in the eyes of the able bodied.