Rosie Hays is Associate Curator, Australian Cinematheque, QAGOMA, and curator of 'William Yang: Seeing and Being Seen'. She has curated numerous film programs for the Australian Cinematheque, including 'New Bollywood: Currents in Indian Cinema' for 'The Ninth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art' (APT9) in 2018, 'This Land is Mine | This Land is Me' in 2016, and 'Let There Be Rock' in 2011. She is also a programmer for the Brisbane International Film Festival, hosted by QAGOMA (2018-20). Benjamin Law is an Australian writer and broadcaster. He's the author of the memoir The Family Law (2010), the travel book Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East (2012), the Quarterly Essay 'Moral panic 101' (2017), and the editor of the anthology Growing Up Queer in Australia (2019). Benjamin also created and co-wrote three seasons of the award-winning SBS TV series The Family Law - based on his memoir. His debut play Torch the Place will be staged by the Melbourne Theatre Company in 2020. He has a PhD in creative writing and cultural studies from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Professor Susan Best is an art historian and Professor of Art Theory and Fine Art at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane, and a fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Her book Visualizing Feeling: Affect and the Feminine Avant-garde (2011) won the Australian and New Zealand Art Association (AAANZ) prize for best book, and Reparative Aesthetics: Witnessing in Contemporary Art Photography (2016) was joint winner of the AAANZ best book prize. She is currently completing a book on body art and performance (Bloomsbury Philosophy).