Long marginalized as ‘primitive art’, the art of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia is slowly but surely gaining global recognition.
A 1000-year-old musical instrument, created with the help of termites and played by using a seemingly impossible breathing loop. We present: the didgeridoo.
After colonizing Australia, white settlers rewrote the continent’s history. It is only now that their descendants are discovering the importance of Aboriginal agricultural practices.
Uluru – the sandstone rock formation in Australia that white colonialists named Ayer’s Rock – is a place of deep cultural and spiritual significance for Aboriginal peoples.