In 2014 a group of four Aboriginal women, Ali Gumillya Baker, Faye Rosas Blanch, Natalie Harkin and Simone Ulalka Tur, formed the Unbound collective based around their shared ideas of performing/ projecting/ singing/ installing and transforming understandings of sovereignty, ethics, decolonialism, storytelling, institutionalisation, history and representation.

They have all worked together as academics at Yunggorendi First Nations Centre, Flinders University, and have taught mainly non-Indigenous students topics in Indigenous Histories and Cultural Studies for over ten years. They also are actively engaged as artists in their communities in the areas of performance, writing, poetry, singing, filmmaking and politics. Their work shares some ongoing questions about the capacity of ideas to both bind us and set us free.