When the most radical thing you could do is just stop

or, why the doyens of ‘critical’ design are the problem with critical design

Section of a 1837 map of the Colony of New South Wales ‘Exhibiting the Situation and Extent of Appropriated Lands’, designed by Surveyor Robert Dixon and engraved by J. & C. Walker. Published in London, this map allowed prospective settlers to speculate over which portion of Aboriginal land they would claim and occupy.

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