This artwork is an apportion piece of Jan Van Eyck's 'Last Judgment'. ENOKi's artwork recontextualises this piece to represent the colonisers as this Devine force who brought judgment down on First Nations People. The piece depicts a ship coming to shore with people falling into hell, these figures represent the First Nations people who lost their claim to their ancestral homes and Country as Great Britain determined what is now known as so called "Australia" to be Terra Nullius or No Mans Land.
Darcy McConnell a.k.a ENOKi (they/them) is a proud Dja Dja Wurrung and Yorta Yorta Blak Fulla based on Wurundjeri Country (Melbourne). They’re a multi-media artist with a focus on digital media. ENOKi’s previous work includes the First People's RISING art tram "My Aunty Once Told Me" (Routes 58 & 59) and Apple’s 2023 World Pride Campaign.
They also contributed to Solid Lines, a Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (2022) sponsored report on fostering First Nations involvement in the design and commercial art industries.