Hayley Millar Baker is a First Nations Gunditjmara artist, born in Naarm/Melbourne. Through examining the role our identities play in translating and conveying our experiences, Hayley works across photography, collage, and film to interrogate and abstract autobiographical narratives and themes relating to her own identity. Her oblique storytelling methods encourage us to embrace that the passage of identity, culture, and memory are not linear nor fixed.
Miller Baker’s works are held in significant public institutional collections across Australia and has exhibited nationally and internationally. Miller Baker was selected as one of eight artists to exhibit in the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Primavera: Young Australian Artists (2018) and has been awarded several residencies including the Artist-in-residence at Monash University Prato, Italy (2022), the First Nations Residency at Collingwood Yards (2021), the Photography Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria (2019). Hayley was a feature artist in PHOTO2021: International Festival of Photography (2021).
Writer and Creative Director | Hayley Millar Baker
Talent | Tatiana Bush and Luriese Ulamari
Director | Keryn Nossal
Director of Photography | Noel Jones
Camera Assistant | Anh Pham
Production Assistant | Rebecca Gauci
Gaffer | Andrew Lock
Editor Anh Pham and Dylan Timtschenko
Sound | Dylan Timtschenko
Colourist | Peter Hatzipavlis (Final Grade)
Hair and Makeup | Chantelle Baker and Lisa Baker
Location | Walsh Street, Robin Boyd Foundation
Artist gallerist | Vivien Anderson Gallery