Nonlinear, or circular, forms of narrative are part of Indigenous research methodology, against the traditional European, linear thinking. This is part of our work to decolonize our curatorial approach.
Sally Brown, Exhibit Coordinator
The next time you’re outdoors, take time to consider that other people have walked
on this same ground for thousands
of years. Cultures are always evolving and adapting. Study the maps shown here and consider what a map of this place might look like 100 or 500 years from now. Will future generations use maps? Tell stories about where one place is, relative to another? Illustrate how much our populated places have changed compared to today?