For this work I reviewed my family history with the University. My grandma worked as a cleaner for the University, typically in the Scott’s building, today known as the Glyn Davis Building. My practice as an artist tends to be figurative or performance-based bodies of work. With the stimulus of psychogeography I used the tools my grandmother used to paint; marking the campus with mops, whiffers and whipping movements. Muted colours and mixing of pigments symbolises the continuous and diverse work that the University generates. Being an Indigenous Australian it is always important to tell stories when given the opportunity. This piece gestures to my grandma and the work she did at the University so that I could one day attend and feel comfortable for my body to be in the same space.