JAJA is a Wiradjuri visual artist ablaze with the exploration of how we move forward and believes an epic part of decolonising our systems is the internal revolution, a deep commitment to accountability and transparency. Systemic racism continues to perpetuate trauma for our people and our lands. The system is cracking and it is up to all of us to listen deeply. It is time to evolve into what is not only possible, but necessary. Driven by the exploration of self and identity along her matrifocal bloodline and the dormant layers of grief for her matri-ancestral kin, JAJA pays homage to her grandmother Martha Hamlin and the women that came before her.