Joulnai Group ShotUnmapping The end of the World / Willandra Wisdom Walk artists and thinkers, willandra lakes world heritage area / mungo national park, April 2015

Unmapping the End of the World
is an experimental contemporary art project inviting interdisciplinary and critical engagement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian, European and Japanese artists and thinkers, across three significant World Heritage Sites, on three continents (14 April – 10 May 2015), culminating in a major collaborative installation for Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #10 Australia, 2 October, 2015.

Fourteen artists from many nations across Australia and around the world united for the commencement of Unmapping the End of the World and the inaugural Willandra Wisdom Walk on 14 April 2015 at Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area / Mungo National Park. The first leg of this tri-continental project was an incredible success, facilitating a plethora of discussions responding to the central question: What does identity mean in an age of a global technological revolution?

Due to a limited access to internet throughout the journey, participating artists and thinkers will contribute to this online blog and social media outlets intermittently during the Unmapping the End of the World journey. This blog will then remain live as the global portal for the discussion until the Biennale Opening Long Weekend in Mildura 2 – 5 October, 2015.

Stay tuned for the discussion and artists’ posts…

And check the Mildura Biennale website for more information: