John Prince Siddon's complex mythology entwines contemporary politics and personal experiences to present a technicolour vision of Prince's Australia. His multilayered works present various agendas relating to race, gender, the environment, politics and identity.
A great lover of animals Prince sees them as our equals. Familiar desert iconography appear in his work in uncanny circumstances. His personal quest for contemporary voice has manifested through his art practice.
Prince is a Walmajarri man who works from Mangkaja Arts Centre in Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia. He lives with wife Suzi and beloved cat Boo.