Hannah reveals she is Tasmanian – which doesn’t mean she has two heads or a particular love of sheep. It does however mean she feels a sense of belonging to the Apple Isle. This idea of ‘belonging’ in Australia is a complex and troubled concept that has played out between the brushstrokes of our art. Hannah’s investigation begins with colonial art and the first images made by our settlers, and uncovers what these images say about White Australia’s relationship with this strange new world.
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