Carroll Go-Sam is an Indigenous research fellow in the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre at the University of Queensland’s School of Architecture.
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Connecting to Country, rather than being overwhelmed by thousands of years of culture and history, is the first step to an architectural future more enriched by Indigeneity, says Dillon Kombumerri.
In recognition of National Reconciliation Week, Carroll Go-Sam outlines how new approaches to design, agency and participation are securing the future of Indigeneity and reshaping architecture.
Indigenous people and their settlements are more than tiny dots littered across a vast continent. These smaller settlements are under threat of closure by top-down policies in favour of urban concentration.