Notes on Assembling

Responding to, expanding upon, critiquing within. Notes on Assembling is a collection of writing by Tristen Harwood that will accumulate over the course of the Regional Assembly program.

Tristen is an Indigenous writer, critic and independent researcher, a descendent of Numbulwar where the Rose River opens onto the Gulf of Carpentaria.

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Each one carries its origins into its designated future. One produces dirt, one water.

Each one carries its origins into its designated future. One produces dirt, one water.[i] It’s December here, or they say. I work where I eat, I write at the table. In this room a window looks onto…
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considerations emergent on the first and second occasions of Regional Assembly

To murk, first acknowledge that the event of this text, an unfinished recording takes place and is made possible by ground, air, water, the unceded territory, the ground, water, sky Country of the…
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