Southerly 66.2

shared space brokered time paul carter

Paul Carter has challenged us to think about space and its inhabitation – beyond the square. Founding the concept of spatial history, Carter has generated a conceptual armoury to analyse “the lie of the land” – the echoes and murmurings of a ground that continues to speak despite the “Haussmannization” of colonial space. In this issue of Southerly, local and international writers, artists and cultural theorists respond to Carter’s oeuvre and to the very different ways he has influenced their own development.



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