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Experimenting with an Indigenous model of Time.

Humans have long since pondered the notion of Time, and throughout the course of history we as a diverse global human community have sought many different means to capture its true essence and form. Most cultures have words that imply a deep awareness, understanding and engagement with the complex nature of Time, both as a[...]
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Fractal science and Indigenous Governance.

Recently, I visited a local park where I found a beautiful soft tree fern, with brand new shoots coming through. Anyone who knows what this looks like will have seen the way young stems go through a process of ‘unfolding’ which very much resembles a very familiar spiralised pattern found in nature called a fractal.[...]
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Indigenous Space Protocols and the Final Frontier.

Humans have long had an affinity with space and the night-time sky. Stories have been shared across nations and cultures in attempts to solve the age-old question/s: What is our purpose? Why are we here? More recently, questions have arisen from various scientific fields such as astrophysics and biology which ask: Is there intelligent life[...]
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Uniting the world through Serpent story

Many Australians have heard some variation of the Rainbow Serpent story from across the continent. With more than 250-400 vastly different tribal Nations and language groups extending across this huge mass of land, all interconnected and inter-related by stories in the sky which capture movements and cycles of celestial bodies, along with the Songlines on[...]
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Star Thrower

Story has played a critical role in guiding human endeavours for many thousands of generations. Mothers and aunties narrating cautionary tales to keep us safe from harm, fathers and Uncles sharing yarns about the hunt and mapping Country as they go along, while grandparents and Elders point to the stars beyond the horizon as they[...]
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Image and the Cloud

In this dream you are not yourself. You’re standing outside the house where your mother’s shadow spirit has been lingering for a year. The dances have been danced to send her on her way; the last of the smoke used to clear all traces of that shadow seeps out of the open door. Her image[...]
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A Precarious Path off the Beaten Track

In every field of contemporary thought, the methods and metrics for making sense of complex systems are incapable of helping us perceive the actions and relations that shape our reality. We live in a world where fact-checking, sense-making and any feeling of shared reality seems impossible. What is real, what is true, what is authentic,[...]
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