What futures are we designing by default? What collaborations are we complicit in? How can we incorporate an active civic engagement into our professional and creative practice – into our everyday lives? Esther Anatolitis presents a dynamic snapshot of her own practice from a distinctly Australian context but with a global perspective. In an election year, this book is an indispensable caution against political disengagement, offering galvanising arguments among moments of joy. Collecting pieces written across two decades, Place, Practice, Politics is a handbook for spurring creative practice into civic action – and a reminder that leadership is up to each and every one of us.


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