Illuminating the unconscious dimensions of the psyche connected
to our time in the womb, birth and early postnatal experiences.
Welcome to Perinatal Dreaming.
Perinatal Dreaming reveals through art; the internal "Country" that is the interface between the Dreamtime, Archetypal domains and our biographical experiences and stories.
Marianne Wobcke is an Indigenous artist, curator, story-teller, midwife and nurse.
She worked for several years at the Murri School in Brisbane as part of a team providing education and health promotion to Indigenous students from prep to senior. Her unique contribution is her program: "Understanding Country - Contemporary Indigenous Urban Custodians".
She also worked for the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health, as part of the innovative Australian Family Nurse Partnership Program; supporting first time Indigenous mum's and their babies. She was the recipient of the Australia Council 2021, prestigious Ros Bower Award. Marianne is currently a PhD Candidate with Griffith University's School of Health Sciences & Social work and QCA - conducting arts/health based research.
Her artworks reflect a virtual reality; informed by her own personal, professional and inherited
ancestral knowledge of the inner biological, spiritual and emotional landscapes of the Pre & Peri & Postnatal realms of the human unconscious. First 1000 days of Life.
These internal frontiers of the psyche remain underestimated in their potential to dynamically
influence how we perceive and interact with the world. (Grof, S 1999).
To experience a wider understanding click here to go to "Understanding Country."