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Bankstown's identity is evolving and a new softness is seeping through the cracks. By twilight things start to emerge, beautiful alleyways, solitary streets and illuminating buildings and structures. Bankstown becomes intriguing in its silence. These photos tell a story of public spaces at night and of the women who are not present.
Francesca Prater is a visual artist who lives in Bankstown. Her interests lie in urban landscapes and their relationships with portraiture. Prater's work seeks to tell untold stories through her visual art.
Francesca is currently working as a photographer for the Parramatta Female Factory Memory Project.