Jeremy Blincoe is a Melbourne based photographer renowned for his representations of youth, the environment and indigenous issues. His latest series, Ephemeral Memory, highlights the struggle of indigenous people to retain their ancient culture and traditions, while forging a new identity in modern day Australia.
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