OUR JUNIOR REPORTERS
I’m Sunny, and I’m Ange, and we are Fambo’s Junior Reporters!
Armed with our i-phones and a go-pro we are bringing you the scoop on Fambo Slo-Mo by interviewing some of the amazing artists and documenting our experience.
Check out our videos below, created with design and editing support from artist Sab D’Souza and music by Jon Ra.
Thanks for watching!
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT SUNNY
What is your favourite smell? Gozleme cooking in my kitchen.
What feels exciting to you right now? Mardi Gras!!!
What superpower do you wish you had? Telekenisis, cause I would never have to get out of bed but I wouldn’t miss out on anything. But more practically, just getting out of bed when my alarm goes.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ANGE
What’s your favourite thing to do on the weekend? Chilling with my bird. Going on a bike ride. Listening to music.
If you were a sound what would it be? A Budgie chirp, because they are just the cutest little noises!
What is the one thing you wished people talked more about? Trans rights. Particularly trans youth rights, because is really matters to me.
Fambo acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waterways on which we raise our children and make work.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present and to the generations of families who have gathered on this land for over 65,000 years.
Indigenous sovereignty was never ceded and resistance to ongoing colonisation continues.
Fambo Slo-Mo acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands and waterways on which we live,
raise our children and make work; The Gadigal, Wangal, Darug, Wurundjeri, and Dharwaral people.
We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
We thank and acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, staff and families contributing to this project.
Fambo Slo-Mo is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; and the NSW Government through Create NSW