Tiarna Herczeg

Diptych Including:
1 / ‘Buray / Churn Up’
2 / ‘Kaba Kaday / Rain is Coming’

Tiarna Herczeg is a proud Kuku Yalanji and Hungarian living on Gadigal lands. Her family’s land runs along the east coast of Far North QLD and includes the land and waters between Port Douglas and just South of Cooktown.

These two pieces come from Herczeg’s body of work entitled JUWA, where she reflects on her stories as a First Nations person and as a survivor of trauma – delicately speaking to how her ancestors have created a place for her to belong. These work explores the diversity within both the bubu (land) and jalun (sea).

‘Buray / Churn Up’ and ‘Kaba Kaday / Rain is Coming’ is part of the Home Art Collection

At Home, we believe in the power of art. The Home Art Collection is created to enrich our spaces and the lives of our residents. Featuring the diverse stories and perspectives of emerging and established Australian artists, the collection includes painting, sculpture, photography, and digital art both commissioned and acquired. Designed to create moments of reflection, beauty, and inspire curiosity and conversation, the Home Art Collection, like a well-curated home, will grow and evolve over time.
Located in some of Melbourne and Sydney’s most desirable neighbourhoods, our expanding portfolio of rental communities gives us a platform to build a unique Australian collection. Developed by Home and our curatorial collaborator Craft, the Home Art Collection will be supported by a dynamic in-building art program that will include artist talks, events, masterclasses, and workshops.