I am a second year PhD student at the School of Law, QUT. My research aims to explore how representations of children in four contemporary Japanese cultural artefacts prefigure, embody and critique law and justice. I have a particular interest in the intersections of law, culture, and justice. I have a background in literature, film, acting and modelling. I have continued my interests in art and performance through photography. This has resulted in photography exhibitions internationally and a unique perspective of the world.'
I display most of my work on Instagram (@ameliemewrphotography) and Twitter (@ameliemewr).
(2020 - still image)
This image opens a dialogue for the discussion of law and culture through its depiction of nature at its finest and the way Japanese children enjoy that nature. This junction creates a site where law can be explored.