Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language


The following creative works aspire to construct landscapes that carry multiple, rather than singular, narratives as a means to explore Australia’s extensive landscape tradition. With the benefit of hindsight, the appropriated imagery of Glover and Heysen combine hybrid frameworks of Australian landscape at the time of colonisation and federation; through these pictures neither the colonial or Indigenous narrative is given precedent, alternatively numerous stories are overlayed as a method to communicate past and present entanglements within Australian space.

Author Biography

Brent Greene is a designer and researcher of urban landscapes. He is currently undertaking a PhD in landscape architecture at the University of Melbourne. His work investigates how spontaneous urban conditions, such as novel ecologies, are understood through design and cultural frameworks in Melbourne and Australia.


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