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The Importance of Being Anachronistic: Contemporary Aboriginal Art and Museum Reparations

Published by Discipline in collaboration with Third Text Publications, an affiliate of Third Text journal. Edited by Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll; with essays by Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll, Julie Gough, Dacia Viejo-Rose, Ellen Smith, and Christoph Balzar; photographs by Mark Adams; a foreword by Nicholas Thomas; copy­editing by Paris Lettau and Ella Cattach; project management by Ella Cattach; and proofreading by Kate Lindesay. Designed by Robert Milne and set in Victor designed with Fabian Harb; cover photograph by Christoph Balzar.

The Importance of Being Anachronistic: Contemporary Aboriginal Art and Museum Reparations focuses on the role of time in contemporary art and introduces anachrony as a method for subverting the colonial archive

216 pages, 120 × 184 mm, Softcover, ISBN 978-0-9945388-1-9

$15