A photo of Léuli Eshrāghi looking at the camera with a dusty pink back ground and a blue light over their face. Léuli has tanned skin, red-dyed hair quiffed atop their head and a moustache that most would envy the lushness of. Credit Rhett Hammerton.

Born in 1986 in Yuwi Country, Léuli Eshrāghi belongs to the Seumanutafa and Tautua clans of the Sāmoan archipelago. They intervene in display territories to prioritise global Indigenous and Asian diasporic visuality, sensual and spoken languages, and ceremonial-political practices.

Léuli's work is held in the Royal Bank of Canada and FRAC Nantes collections as well as in private collections. They are Curator of Indigenous Arts at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and Curatorial Researcher at Large at University of Queensland Art Museum.

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.