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Lost geographies

Lost Geographies is a visual narrative, a journey undertaken over several years through the landscapes and built places north of Goyder’s Line in the Flinders Ranges. The land farmed here was once the shoreline of the ancestral Pacific Ocean. What remains today in many of these places, along with scattered sea shells and fossils, are the remnants of settler failure.


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