"In Blood Red at the Cairns Art Gallery, photographer Greg Semu has worked with fellow artist and Kaantju traditional owner Naomi Hobson and her entire remote Indigenous community of Coen to re-enact violent archival images."

Blood Red at Cairns Art Gallery.
Radio National, 13 July 2017

"...Walking into this installation, set against a black and red backdrop, has the visual effect of blunt force trauma."

"...Blood Red’ is not easy viewing, but it is necessary for making visible the suffering."

Reidy, Elizabeth.
Greg Semu and Philjames: All that glitters is not gold.
Art Monthly Australia, No. 301, Sep 2017: 28-29

"As well as re-enacting historical images, Semu's pictures also address allegations of discrimination facing Australia's indigenous communities. Among his role-reversal photographs is one that portrays three Aboriginal policemen holding the limp body of a Caucasian man hanged in his cell. Semu says the image was inspired by the deaths of Aboriginals and Torres Strait islanders in Australian prisons."

Holland, Oscar.
Provocative photos imagine Australia's white colonizers in chains,CNN,19th September 2017