Belinda Ireland


I spent my childhood avoiding the sun in the red bits of Australia. Surrounded by the suicidal machinery of mining, Eastern Europeans hiding from the KGB, and culturally connected Indigenous Australians, I was the transplanted ghostly kid looking for a connection with broken peers and the shredded environment. My images focus on the joys, miseries, and mysteries of (a currently human) existence in a becalmed suburban environment. Looking for enlightenment in the mundane as well as abandonment in fantasy, my images involve colour, children, strangers, and mass transportation. In 2014 I completed photomedia studies at Edith Cowan University, and Pathshala South Asian Media Academy.

  • Work
    • The University of Western Australia
  • Education
    • Edith Cowan University
    • Pathshala South Asian Media Academy