The loss of custodianship through this really abstract declaration of Country now being Crown land, with title of that space given away whether selectively or arbitrarily, seemed a form of administrative violence. In Australia, strictly speaking it’s not post-colonial, but there’s been political agitation and activism by a large number of Aboriginal people whose messaging has been and is that there was an invasion that occurred. The Western historical tradition of looking at a landscape is very much about single-point perspective and was quite often attached to ideas around possession and real estate. However, that kind of publicity is problematic, if only because it was historically piecemeal, and curated according to a particular ideology of that time.