Adnyamathanha Archives and Colonial Ruins: The UNSETTLED Project

@article{Cooke2019AdnyamathanhaAA,
  title={Adnyamathanha Archives and Colonial Ruins: The UNSETTLED Project},
  author={G. Cooke and Dea Morgain},
  journal={Journal of Australian Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={43},
  pages={218 - 235}
}
ABSTRACT The exhibition UNSETTLED: Colonial Ruin in the Flinders Ranges is a critical examination of settler-colonial nostalgia in the Flinders Ranges, within an artistic context. The project is underpinned by a partnership with the State Library of South Australia (SLSA) and the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association, and it was exhibited at the SLSA in Adelaide, March–May 2017. Spread across the SLSA Institute Gallery, on the videowall in the Spence Walkway, and on the Storywall outdoor… Expand

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An excerpt from Terrence Coulthard's interview is included in the UNSETTLED documentation video