Episode 3 of the ArtsHubbub looks at how we recover after trauma with Judith Lucy's signature humour and heart.
Judith Lucy opens up on how she's recovering from men. Image supplied.
How do we repair after loss and pain? After this past season of bushfires, and now with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a critical time to talk about how we mend ourselves, and our art practice, after tragedy. Comedian Judith Lucy talks to us about exploring family struggle and personal tragedy in her act, and how that’s affected her relationships.
We talk to Ella Holcombe about regrowing her family after the devastation of the Black Saturday bushfires over a decade ago. Associate Professor Chris Fleming chats with us about the problem of using the term 'recovery' to describe a lifelong process surrounding addiction. While Jill Bennett talks us through the difference between recovery and repair in working through trauma.
Episode 3: How can we recover? was made by Richard Watts, Sabine Brix, Michelle Macklem and George Dunford.
It features 'Chasing Waterfalls' by Tim Shiel as its theme music with additional music from The Other Stars. Our thanks also to the University of NSW.
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