Antony Hegarty (second on right) with artists in the Martu community in Parnngurr in Western Australia’s Pilbara region in 2013. The Martu will have an exhibition at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art in July 2015 to voice their objections to a uranium mine proposed for their lands.
A touch of class: Grayson Perry's tapestries – in pictures
As I studied ceramics having a Grayson Perry Pot on my island would remind me of pottery lessons at school, college and teaching as well as wonderful ceramicists i have admired. This pot puts me at The British Museum Tomb of the Unknown Artist and meeting Grayson. I love the humour of this piece and the comments on it struck a chord. I was with some of my favourite people at the exhibition and its just a reminder of my life before being shipwrecked.