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The Great RAT Race

A dronnet about missing rapid antigen tests in Australia

Poster by Author, ‘Pied Piper’ detail from a woodcut by Rudolf Schiestl (1920)- But this beautiful woodcut is almost always wrongly attributed to Kate Greenway. Schiestl died in 1931, and since that’s more than 70 years ago, I’m assuming I’m allowed to use it.

They’re calling this mess ‘The Great Rat Race’
An extreme sport for the anxious to play
If five hundred dollars is not your pace
—Continue to ring testing sites each day

Contacted testing clinic on Monday:
‘Congrats, dearest first caller through our wall!
— What’s that…



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Lee Ameka

Lee Ameka

I make things. I’m interested in how we use storytelling.