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Uninnocent Landscapes

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Following George Augustus Robinson’s Big River Mission.

Uninnocent landscapes is a research-based photographic investigation into the impact of invasion, colonisation and dispossession on the landscape of Lutruwita/Tasmania. 

Featuring an introduction by well-known Tasmanian art historian, curator, essayist and commentator on identity and place Greg Lehman (a descendant of the Trawulwuy people of north-east Tasmania); essays by Rebecca Digney (manager, Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania); Roderic O’Connor (woolgrower and Connorville custodian); Nunami Sculthorpe-Green (activist/artist and proud palawa and Warlpiri woman) and; the author and photographer himself Ian Terry.

Hardcover edition.