Media - A Matter of Time
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MEDIA – reviews, interviews, profiles

Want to read what people in the media are saying about the “A Matter of Time” project and the book, “North of the Border: Stories from the A Matter of Time Project”? Here’s a list of press (radio, interviews, profiles) and reviews about the exhibition, book and project. We’ll keep adding to it as the project advances.
If you’re media (corporate, independent, student or citizenjournalist), please contact me, Heather Faulkner, via the contact form at the bottom of the page. Be sure to include your contact details so I can reply. The book can be ordered via University of Western Australia Publishing (UWAP) or through Mary Ryan’s, Dymocks and other Australian book sellers.

Exhibition Reviews:

“…a charged and evocative statement about the circumstances, situations and legacies of lesbian women living in the state of Queensland.”

-Dr Doug Spowart with a contribution from Victoria Cooper in Wot We Did

Click HERE to read the review

“A moving photo documentary about the lives of eight lesbians residing in Queensland.”

-Alice Bopf in Concrete Playground

Click HERE to read the review

Exhibition Interview:

Documenting 8 lesbians who lived through QLD’s ultra-conservative government

– Ellie Freeman, journalist, CitizenJ and 4EB Radio

Click HERE for Media Release.

Radio Interview:

Click HERE to listen to the 3RRR interview about the book, “North of the Border: Stories from the A Matter of Time Project”. It’s a great little interview about the background to the book, the A Matter of Time Project, and its future directions! Thanks to super-interviwer, Jess Lilly! Scrub ahead to 18:30

The women who lived in fear in Sir Joh's Queensland Brisbane Times