'Territorial Encounters is a series that explores the colonisation of South Australia, and more broadly, Australia. These daguerreotype photographs capture the South Australian coastline that was the last area of the Australian Continent that Europeans mapped. On the final completion of the Australian map by the British sailor Matthew Flinders. He laid claim to the entire Australian Continent for the British Empire. Flinders spent much of his time off the Coast of South Australia researching possible places with enough water supply that the British could use to build their colonies in South Australia. ...'