Surveilling a Crime Scene
The moments held in this small book are collated from Surveilling a Crime Scene, a film that examines the materialisation of non-indigenous life on Miriwoong Country.
These threads forge a tapestry that recognises ccolonisation not as history but as a continuous and present violence, one that is deceptively ordinary.
The book feautres an essay by Fiona Kelly McGregor and has been made on a risograph by Matthew Van Roden at Split/Shift Press, Larrakia Country.
16.5cm w x 11.3cm h x 1.8cm d / soft cover / 186pp / printed with midnight blue ink
Published in October 2023 by Borderline Books, the self-publishing imprint of Alana Hunt.
Supported by the Sheila Foundation's Michela and Adrian Fini Artist Fellowship, the Copyright Agency's Cultural Fund and the Northern Centre for Contemporary Art.