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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Appropriation or Post-Colonial Renaissance
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'In this chapter I am going to advance the thesis that spatial movements, including landscape, everyday 'city spaces', writing and travel, are all closely interrelated, and that the extraordinary mobility of recent creative work by Aboriginal artists constitutes a strong movement towards post-colonisation as it carries a series of implications for the practice of perceiving the land.' (164)

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    y separately published work icon Textual Spaces : Aboriginality and Cultural Studies Stephen Muecke , Kensington : University of New South Wales Press , 1992 Z1865376 1992 selected work criticism 'Examination of Aboriginal culture, including texts and iconography, attitudes to land and space, law, art and music, and the implications of the current state of Aboriginal culture.' (Source: Google books) Kensington : University of New South Wales Press , 1992 pg. 163-178
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