Moorina Bonini is a proud Yorta Yorta woman and member of the Dhulunyagen Clan. An emerging artist, she works predominantly within the realms of video art, photography and installation.
Moorina picked up a camera at the age of nine during her primary school years. Her works are inspired by her own experiences as an Aboriginal and Italian woman, creating work that examines ideas surrounding everyday racism, stereotypes and identity through introspective accounts of lived experience.
Moorina believes her photography becomes a visual narrative through which she can share and reflect on her experiences in a contemporary open gaze.