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un Magazine 12.1

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Contents

1.
Editorial: The Unbearable Hotness of Decolonisation
2.
Singing the Archive – presenting Ara Irititja
3.
An unsettled Settler response to Open Cut
4.
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Forgetting Architecture and the new Aboriginal Kitsch
6.
Connecting with wounded spaces
7.
Decolonist Flags
8.
Who Believes in Indians?
9.
Deposits
10.
Watch the stars – we navigate points of light in the dark
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12.
Beyond Remembering: The Role of Memorialisation in Decolonisation
13.
Australian landscape photography: the colonial project, the panorama, its undoing
14.
The quiet need no defence
15.
Log somewhat overshadowed by utilitarian roof structure
16.
beyond rewriting the story achieving Indigenous sovereignty through Virtual Reality
17.
The Traveller
18.
Larks in the dawn
19.
Angkentye arle akngerrele
20.
‘Places’ of belonging: Korin Gamadji Institute, the Sovereignty exhibition and contemporary Aboriginal youth culture
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ISSN 1449-6747 (print)
ISSN 1449-955X (online)

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Cover image:

Julie Gough, The Lost World (part 2) (video still) 2013, HDMI video, H264, 16:9, 1:15:32 hr:min:sec, colour, sound. Edited by Jemma Rea