Hayley Millar Baker, Untitled (Taming), from the series The Trees Have No Tongues, 2019

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Hayley Millar Baker
Untitled (Taming), from the series The Trees Have No Tongues, 2019
95 x 73.5 cm
Edition of 7, Framed

Starting price – $2,500

Baker is a lens-based artist living and working in Melbourne, Australia. She is Aboriginal Gunditjmara/Djabwurrung/Nira-Bulok Taungurung with mixed Anglo-Indian and Portuguese-Brazilian heritage. Baker’s work centres on Indigenous feminine narratives of being, spirituality, and the psyche – drawing from her personal experiences and cultural identity. Capturing the inner worlds of Indigenous women, Baker focuses on the psychological intricacies they navigate. She portrays the culturally-induced ways of seeing and being that honour the indomitable spirit and profound spirituality innate to Indigenous women. Baker’s works have been extensively exhibited in major group and solo exhibitions. She has been commissioned to create significant works for esteemed institutions such as Buxton Contemporary, Rising Festival, ACCA, the National Gallery of Australia, PHOTO2021, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and the International Ballarat Foto Biennale.

Millar Baker is represented by Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne and Cassandra Bird, Sydney

Instagram – @hayleymillarbaker | www.hayleymillarbaker.com