Photography by Danny Casey

Australia has a long history with migration and race based protesting and rioting. After colonisation, some of the earliest reports of this trace back to around 1848. Protestants and Catholics fought each other in a bloody riot in Melbourne, that left two people dead. Since then, it has been an all too familiar part of the Australian psyche. The latest incarnation pits the Far-left against the Far-right over how to handle Islamic migration to this country. The Left being made up of various socialist groups, anarchists, and a global anti-facist movement known as Antifa. On the Right, we see various "patriot" groups or "nationalists". Currently at the head of this movement is the United Patriots Front (UPF).

This series follows the two familiar foes across Victoria as they battle it out on the streets. This is an ongoing body of work.