Arts and Design

Invisible Threads: the rituals and symbolism of childhood – in pictures

Invisible Threads examines the daily rites and symbolism of the everyday life of photographer Natalie Grono’s two daughters.

‘In Childhood, somewhere between the creative world of fantasy and the sacred, are moments that give birth to love and fears. My daughter’s continuous dance between light and shadow creates an invisible thread with one another and the places and landscapes they inhabit,’ Grono says.

The exhibition can be seen at the Head On photo festival in Sydney


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