Aboriginal photographer Steven Rhall uses photography to investigate contemporary and historical themes of Aboriginal culture and its ties to the land in his collection Kulin Project now on show in Melbourne. Kulin is a common Aboriginal word for human being and the Kulin Nation is made of several indigenous groups who lived in and around the city of Melbourne, they were in harmony with the land for thousands of years before white settlement.
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