No Trespassing: the Art and Politics of Walking in NSW

Posted on: Sun 4 Feb 2018

When Wiradjuri warrior, Windradyne, walked from Bathurst to Parramatta in 1824 it was to surrender to the white governor to avoid further bloodshed.

Pedestrian artist Molly L Wagner is retracing that 197km walk on foot, and the experience has led to many new insights about art, history and politics.


Produced by Nicky Page

Image by Molly L Wagner, provided with permission to use here


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