On the weekend of October 6-7, the Housing for Health Incubator, along with partners Snack Syndicate and Artspace, hosted the public program “Infrastructural Inequalities”.
Liam Grealy opened the event with the paper “Who needs a drink? Introducing infrastructural inequalities”, available here. Tess Lea spoke about Karrabing Film Collective’s, “Wutharr: Saltwater Dreams“, on the panel “Representing governance under settler occupation, which also included excellent talks by Kirsty Howey and Eve Vincent.
The weekend also included a pre-invasion walking tour by Uncle Jimmy Smith, and presentations, panels and artworks from a wide range of fantastic contributors.
Many thanks to all who presented and engaged in this weekend of interdisciplinary exchange!