AICD - Wola Malang - Walk Together
Wola Malang - Walk Together tells the story of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and their commitment to excellence in governance.
Wola Malang shares the reconciliation story of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and their commitment to learning from the world’s oldest continuing civilisation, to enhance Australian systems of governance for the benefit of society. It highlights working together on a journey alongside First Nations people to embed reconciliation into the DNA of the AICD community and brings an acknowledgment to all traditional custodians, across the organisation’s National footprint.
Flowing upward from the bottom of the artwork the visual narrative begins with a representation of Ngiyakai Yapung - ‘This Way Together’, AICD first rap artwork, reflective of the introduction of reconciliation into the business and commencing a journey of cultural change. The imagery depicts six small gathering circles, each with a traditional symbol for people at its centre, capturing reconciliation progress to date, and moving into AICD expanding rap vision to influence, educate, engage and lead the director community across 6 key focus areas.
A large symbol of gathered people, is seen at the very centre of the design, and together these three connected images bring a threefold meaning. They represent the AICD One Team Culture, working together in agreement and reflect the organisations three core business principles of governance leadership and policy, education & development and community. This design is repeated upon the canvas and connected by people symbols, highlighting community, collaboration and relationship along the journey together of two-way learning and shared knowledge. People pathways linking the artwork imagery represent reconciliation DNA, flowing throughout the AICD community, bringing a cultural lens across the business. Elder’s symbolism within the pathway and at the very top of the artwork represents education, acknowledging cultural values and the passing on of our age-old cultural teachings, traditionally passed down from past, to present and on into the future generations, as we learn together and empower future leaders to embrace reconciliation.
The artwork backdrop of three gathering circles is reflective of tribal groups, acknowledging traditional custodian across the nation, while capturing the Australian Institutes of Company Directors sphere of influence and the expansion and growth of reconciliation through the ongoing journey as we Wola Malang.Artwork Size: 1020 x 1020 mm
Medium: Mixed Medium on Canvas and Graphic Design
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