Click through for an interesting animated clip about some of the dilemmas of identity. 5 mins

Throughout the history of mankind, the subject of identity has sent poets to the blank page, philosophers to the agora and seekers to the oracles. These murky waters of abstract thinking are tricky.

JOHN BRACK'S Collins St, 5p.m. (1955)

JOHN BRACK'S 'Collins St, This painting was voted the most popular work in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria Australia.

Half-caste Child (1957), Arthur Boyd

Heide launches biggest exhibition of Arthur Boyd's Bride paintings ever seen

Outsider (1988) - Gordon Bennett

Gordon Bennett Outsider 1988 Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas x cm The University of Queensland, Brisbane Acquired with the assistance of the Visual Arts and Crafts Board of the Australia Council, 1989 © Courtesy of the artist

Click through for the full text of 'Feliks Skryznecki' by Peter Skrzynecki, and audio of him reading the poem.

Click through for the full text of 'Feliks Skryznecki' by Peter Skrzynecki, and audio of him reading the poem.

Click through for an art video (and narration) of Skrzynecki's poem 'Ancestors'. This art video was nominated for Art Express.

Click through for an art video (and narration) of Skrzynecki's poem 'Ancestors'. This art video was nominated for Art Express.

Click through for a performance of Peter Skrzynecki's poem 'Post card'.

Postcard by Peter Skrzynecki

Click through for 'A Red Dress' by Alice Munro. To see all of it, you need to create a log in for the Narrative website - but this is free, and only takes a minute.

Click through for 'A Red Dress' by Alice Munro. To see all of it, you need to create a log in for the Narrative website - but this is free, and only takes a minute.

Who Do You Think You Are? Click through for the SBS page containing episodes of this TV program. (Pictured: Adam Goodes)

Who Do You Think You Are? Click through for the SBS page containing episodes of this TV program.


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