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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Aboriginal Art and Film : The Politics of Representation
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In this essay Marcia Langton looks at 'the need to develop a body of knowledge and critical perspective... on representations of Aboriginal people and concerns in art, film, television or other media.' (Blacklines, p115) And that 'without a body of self-representative work there can be no self-critical assessment made and no meaningful discourse on Aboriginal aesthetics by Aborigines themselves' (Blacklines, p.124)

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