AbstractThis thesis represents memory - erasure and the recovery of history through the discipline of visual arts and medium of installation.
This work brings visibility and presence to and respect for the untold stories of Stolen Generation people on Larrakia country and their connection to the wider Darwin community and sites of significance within the landscape.
It draws from national Stolen Generation narratives and the collective experiences of Indigenous histories to construct a common ground for community spirit to acknowledge and embrace the diversities and differences of cultural heritages.
|Date of Award||2002|
|Supervisor||Anne Ooms (Supervisor)|
Memory-the erasure and recovery of history
Raymond, D. J. (Author). 2002
Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDU