Tarryn Love is a proud Gunditjmara Keerray Woorroong woman, born and raised on Wadawurrung Country. She is a koorroyarr, teenyeen ngapang, tyeentyeeyt ngapangyarr and wanoong ngeerrang – granddaughter, youngest daughter, youngest sister and proud Aunty. Tarryn is an emerging artist, curator, and producer, and her practice exists in the space of creative cultural expression. She creates under the collective of Koorroyarr which means ‘grandaughter’ in her Mother Tongue, honouring her positionality as a Gunditjmara woman. Koorroyarr represents that the sustainability of her cultural practice is in the sharing of knowledge and pays respect to her family and Ancestors, past and living. Tarryn’s work represents the distinctiveness of Gunditjmara ways of Knowing, Being and Doing that is not one way but constantly happening and changing. Overall, she aims to explore her identity in the here and now while centring language and carrying on the work of remembering, reclamation, regeneration, and revitalisation.