Remembering the fallen

After the British invaded Australia in 1788, thousands of Aboriginal peoples died from violent clashes over land; from starvation; from European diseases that were often deliberately thrust on to Australia’s original inhabitants.


These hollow logs by artists from Arnhem Land as well as Bathurst and Melville Islands were on display in Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria to represent the many Aborigines who died defending their land.


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