Category Archives: Review

UNA REY | David Brooks and Darren Jorgenson, The Wanarn Painters of Place and Time: Old Age Travels in the Tjukurrpa

The Aboriginal painting movement has long been characterised by ‘remote stars’ whose seniority connotes the last generation to embody the full lexicon of pre-contact experience of language, law (tjukurrpa) and Country. Witness, for example, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, whose career—launched in her eighties—was

UNA REY | David Brooks and Darren Jorgenson, The Wanarn Painters of Place and Time: Old Age Travels in the Tjukurrpa

The Aboriginal painting movement has long been characterised by ‘remote stars’ whose seniority connotes the last generation to embody the full lexicon of pre-contact experience of language, law (tjukurrpa) and Country. Witness, for example, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, whose career—launched in her eighties—was

GRACE BLAKELEY-CARROLL | Sheridan Palmer, Hegel’s Owl—The Life of Bernard Smith

‘When philosophy paints its grey in grey, then has the shape of life grown old… The owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of dusk.’ – G.W.F. Hegel Download PDF (0.14MB)

GRACE BLAKELEY-CARROLL | Sheridan Palmer, Hegel’s Owl—The Life of Bernard Smith

‘When philosophy paints its grey in grey, then has the shape of life grown old… The owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of dusk.’ – G.W.F. Hegel Download PDF (0.14MB)