Michael Mossman: Aura | Country | Terror | Refrain
Academic and architect Michael Mossman (Kuku Yalanji) shares new ideas on the concepts of aura, Country, terror, and refrain, inspired by his involvement in Daniel Boyd: Rainbow Serpent (Version) at Gropius Bau, Berlin earlier this year.
This live activation is presented as a part of Daniel Boyd: Rainbow Serpent (Version).
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Dr Michael Mossman is a Kuku Yalanji man from Gimuy/Cairns in Far North Queensland who currently lives and works on the Country of the Gadigal People in Sydney. Michael is a lecturer, researcher, and Associate Dean, Indigenous Strategy and Services, at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning. He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture with his thesis titled Third Space, Architecture and Indigeneity. He is a registered architect (non-practicing) and First Nations Design Strategy Consultant with over 20 years of professional practice experience who advocates Country and First Nations issues in the architectural profession at educational, practice, and policy levels.