A photo of DENNI. DENNI is looking down at the camera, with dark brown hair falling either side of their face and large hoop earrings. DENNI has tanned skin and two colourful tattoo arm sleeves. Credit TBC.

DENNI is pakana artist and proud trawlwoolway woman based in lutruwita/Tasmania. For close to a decade, DENNI has been performing her original music around Australia, moving from folk to electronic and now making big leaps into Hip Hop and as a recording artist. Collaboration has been a big part of her practice and this year, she has seen huge tracks like ‘Strongest Mob (feat. Craig Everett) reach national recognition.

DENNI has pushed for the sharing of her culture through music in the mainstream with the intent to debunk any false information that has been spread about her Tasmanian Aboriginal community and encourage truth-telling and freedom of expression. With a host of national festivals under her belt, DENNI brings something special to the stage every time.

As a multi-faceted artist, DENNI has also worked in theatre as an actor, puppeteer and voice actor with Terrapin Puppet Theatre. Awarded NAIDOC Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist of the Year, she also works as a freelance artist on community arts projects across lutruwita/Tasmania.

The Unconformity acknowledges the palawa people as the original and traditional custodians of lutruwita/Tasmania. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this land.