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  • Published 20160802
  • ISBN: 978-1-925355-53-6
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

In remote Australia, football is more than a sport. It is a way of gathering, a common language, a celebration of community. From Bathurst Island north of Darwin, to the heart of the Northern Territory, to the central Homelands, photographer Wayne Quilliam has captured the unique spirit of Australian rules as it is played by Indigenous peoples, far from any stadium.

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Wayne Quilliam

Wayne Quilliam is an associate professor at RMIT. He won the 2009 National NAIDOC Indigenous Artist of the Year, the 2010/11 Business of the...

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