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Tais Rose Wae is an artist and poet gratefully based on Bundjalung Country. Her work explores the interconnections and imprints of maps of lineage, motherhood, and her Aboriginal ancestry and has most recently been reimagined for The Biennale of Sydney, Powerhouse Museum and Tweed Regional Gallery.
Her poetry has been awarded runner-up for the Oodgeroo Noonuccal Indigenous Poetry Prize and the Nakata Brophy Prize for Young Indigenous Writers, as well as being recognised amongst the Judith Wright Poetry Prize shortlist and the Peter Porter longlist.