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Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream' - Saretta Art & Design
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream' - Saretta Art & Design
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream' - Saretta Art & Design
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream' - Saretta Art & Design
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'
Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream' - Saretta Art & Design

Stockland, Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream'

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Nakiliko Booran – ‘See the Dream

Nakiliko Booran shares the Stockland Groups passion and commitment to reconciliation. It highlights the vision to journey forward together, building strong respectful relationships that acknowledge and embrace Indigenous people.  Bringing an invitation to all to  ‘See the Dream’,  possibilities and opportunities of a reconciled future.

Central to the design three people symbols are reflective of the Stockland RAP and the three pillars of reconciliation being respect, relationships and opportunities. The pillars flows outward to the Stockland community across the organisations, footprint on country, and together with the three ever widening gathering circles, stretching outward across the design, holds significant threefold meaning within the artwork: 

  • It brings a contemporary representation of the dreamtime and vision;
  • Depicts Stockland's RAP journey since 2014, leading into the stretch rap, which is highlighted through the expanding circles stretching outward across the Stockland community, also emphasising the business growth strategy and mindset;
  • And celebrates the Stockland journey over their 70-year history, with people and community at its centre from past, to present and into the future, as an integral part of the organisations DNA.


Flowing outward from the central design four different coloured pathways depict Stockland's footprint on country in Australia across:

Queensland
Western Australia
Victoria
NSW

Traditional people symbols and songlines across each State, depict people, community and increasing relationship, while highlighting responsibility to the land, waterways and country.  Gather circles connected to Elders symbols within each State bring acknowledgement to Traditional Custodians, celebrating an age-old culture rich in diversity, connection and caring for country over countless generations, alongside Stockland's connection to community and the value of shared care of our environment  today.

Emu prints hold a special message within the design, as they extend outwards and onwards, they reflect this life journey we take together, learning from each other, as we share vision and see the possibilities of a reconciled country together.

Medium: Digital Graphic Artwork and Original Artwork 1250 x 1250 mm

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Nakiliko Booran shares the Stockland Groups passion and commitment to reconciliation. It highlights the vision to journey forward together, building strong respectful relationships that acknowledge and embrace Indigenous people; Bringing an invitation to all to ‘See the Dream; possibilities and opportunities of a reconciled future.

Graphic Artwork

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