In celebrating NAIDOC Week - Healing Country! , IGEM is proud to introduce a progression of its visual style acknowledging and respecting Victorian Traditional Owners as the original custodians of Victoria’s land and waters, their unique ability to care for Country and deep spiritual connection to it.
About the artwork
| journeys | community | pathways | gatherings | people | tracks |
The design depicts the connections between our communities and our connections to Victoria.
From connections with Victoria’s changing geography of waterways and mountains to grasslands and deserts, Victorians are also bound by common experiences of natural hazards and coming together before, during and after to strengthen our communities.
The interconnecting lines also depict our systemic view of Victoria and all communities, of country and emergencies. It acknowledges we must work together, gather and learn from each other so we can be stronger together for future emergencies.
We learn from our shared pathways of experience, and work together to find better ways for our current and future communities.
About the designer
Mazart Communications is a Victorian Supply Nation certified small business . The studio’s managing director and senior designer Jodie Brennan, is a proud descendant of the Gomeroi people of western New South Wales.