|In the early 1990’s Leah King-Smith’s work was brought to international prominence with the exhibition of a series of ten large-scale photographs titled Patterns of Connection. Leah will present an overview of her practice, includeing Patterns of Connection (1992), Beyond Capture (2004) and Liminal Interstices (2005). The discussion will cover issues of identity, history, psychology, temporality and multidimensionality that are evidenced in the analogue, digital, still and time-based aspects of her work. Leah King-Smith has a black Aboriginal mother and a white Australian father, and whilst she feels her Aboriginality is a large contributing factor to her creative motivation, her cultural blend has fostered human principles of resolution and mediation. Leah King-Smith has a Bachelor and a Masters degree in fine art photography and currently is a doctoral candidate at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane.