Festival Year :
Invisible threads documents the everyday life of my two daughters, examining the connection they make with the people, landscapes and the daily rites that help shape their identity.
Somewhere between their creative worlds of fantasy and sacred rituals are genuine moments of love and fear. Their childhood is an ephemeral dance between light and shadow, creating an invisible thread with each other and the places they visit.
Natalie Grono is an Australian photo artist. Her work documents everyday life and explores themes of sacredness and vulnerability in the rituals of childhood and womanhood.
Natalie has a BA in Communications, and her photography blends a foundation in journalism with strong aesthetic appeal.
Her works have been exhibited in many of Australia’s top photography prizes. She has received numerous awards, including the Olive Cotton Award for photographic portraiture, the People’s Choice Award of the National Photographic Portrait Prize, and a Walkley Award for excellence in photographic portraiture.
Her work has been widely exhibited and published nationally and internationally and is in public and private collections.
This exhibition is outdoors. Please check what COVID-19 restrictions are in place before you visit.
Bondi Beach Promenade
Queen Elizabeth Drive
Bondi Beach NSW 2026