How the Australian Government is making an album from pictures
Updated September 28, 2018 05:23:08In a country where a large number of people are in poverty, it’s easy to forget that the government is responsible for most of the lives.
This is where the album comes in.
The new album from Australian artist, Hannah Withers, will be a record of her life as she struggles with substance abuse and mental health issues.
The album is the result of a two-year project, the result is a record which is a reflection of her journey.
“My life has been so much about the negative things that I have experienced, so to be able to put together something that’s a reflection from me, it was really a privilege,” Ms Wither is quoted as saying in the project’s website.
“The album will be an album of all the things that have happened in my life.”
The album’s title, How the Austys Record Album from Pictures, will have a very specific meaning to Hannah Wethers.
“How the Australian government is making a record from pictures” reads the website.
Hannah Wither, from Australia, creates images from a large selection of images from the internet.
Her website explains the album’s name.
“When I’m feeling stressed, it makes me feel like the world is falling apart, that I’m living in a reality where the world isn’t working and the world doesn’t want to be,” Ms Hether said.
“This album is all about feeling like I can be myself again.”
Hannah’s first album, the album titled The Australian Album, came out in 2016.
Hanna Wither’s album ‘The Australian Album’ is a tribute to the ‘big picture’ and a statement about life.
The artist said the album would be a reflection on what her life has gone through.
“It’s really a statement, not only of what I went through, but of the kind of country that I live in and how important it is to be a positive role model,” Ms Mathers said.
The project has gone viral.
“I feel like there’s something really important about being a positive voice for women, that’s why it’s so important to me,” Ms Naidoo said.
Hugh Maclean, a spokesperson for the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, said the project was a reflection for Australians and the Australian people.
“Our country has made incredible progress and has a strong economy.
But there are still barriers and still barriers for women to feel confident about their ability to achieve their dreams and to be proud of who they are and what they can achieve,” Mr Maclean said.
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