Slow Making

Until the cows come home (Lalalty-Berrigan) . M. Prescott . It’s going to be a slow couple of weeks on the post front. We’ve got mid-semester on the 29th and I’ve set myself the task of using a methodology of mapping to work through the Cobram—Barooga border crossing. I’m working manually rather than digitally at […]

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Re-charge | Part II.III

3. To intervene in and potentially to re-create the border and its related territories. Speculation 01. Quarantine checkpoints required along the Murray River boundary to prevent faster mobilisation of fruit fly and foot-rot through the VIC/NSW Southern Riverina region. Above . vehicles are checked for fruit and plants that may be identified as at risk […]

About boundary ma[r]king

Michaela is a Melbourne-based landscape architect who is currently developing her practice through a Master of Landscape Architecture at RMIT University. Her MLA is based on an ongoing interest in the making and marking of boundary conditions. .

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