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Julie Nagam
Augmented Futures: The Digital in Public Space and Place 

Day 1, December 8,


Due to a technical glitch (caused by a lightning storm in Sydney!), the first few minutes of Julie's keynote were not recorded. Our apologies!

Decolonial tools are material or technological objects that Indigenous and racialised people can use to mobilize their stories and knowledges. Using technology as a tool can unpack and recreate visual narratives that tell new stories through various mediums. Digital and new media production can re-imagine and re-think the material realities of the geopolitics of each place. Virtual and augmented reality can literally recreate landscapes through virtual renderings that could alter entire historical narratives. What if we could envision a future that was fundamentally different to the world we know today?

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