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Migration law project #progressreport + #dna facts & thoughts.
I’ve discarded yesterday’s painting study and started the larger submission piece. ∞
This might be the first time in six years of studying law that I’ve been able to combine these faculties. I feel as though law and the arts should meet more often. ∞
This genealogy inspired work considers the concept, “unAustralian”. I’ll save the explanation for the finished work. ∞
The rest of this is a lengthy genealogy side note. I haven’t had a DNA test, but the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. It’s safe to assume I’m compiled of some parental DNA variation. I’ll have my DNA tested when I get around to it. ∞
Dad was born in Australia. Mum was born in Sicily and immigrated to Australia at the age of seven. Like most people’s ancestry, theirs is mysterious. Ancestral mystery is mostly attributable to a lack of recorded information, but our transient lives prevent us from sharing a coffee with our four times great grandmother or grandfather. Personally, this human condition causes me much anguish, but our snapshot lives are not without beauty. ∞
My parents recent DNA tests returned some interesting results. ∞
Mum’s results were varied, which is unsurprising given Sicily’s rich history. Her results returned 24% Italian, 18.9% West Asian (Turkish and Iranian), 16.8% Iberian (Spanish and Portuguese), 12% North African (Egyptian, Libyan, Tunisian, Algerian, and Moroccan), 10.9% Sardinian, 9.6% Ashkenazi Jewish, 6.5% Greek, & 1.3% West African (Nigerian). ∞
Dad’s results returned 95.7% North and West Europe (Irish, Scottish and Welsh) 3.1% Iberian (Spanish and Portuguese) and 1.2% Central Asian (Kazakhstani).
Hypothetically, I wonder what each of my ancestors might tell me over a cup of coffee. Not only my four times great grand uncle, Daniel O’Connell the Irish politician, referred to as The Liberator, but also those who lived a more humble existence. ∞