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Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) ‘The Dark Wood’ by Lyndell Brown & Charles Green (who work together as one artist) share the rare [...] Read more. ‘The Dark Wood’ by Lyndell Brown & Charles Green (who work together as one artist) share the rare and significant esteem of having been Australian War Artists, deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in 2007. Their work – along with paintings and photographs by Jon Cattapan and Paul Gough, who have extensive experience of working with the military in Australia and the UK – is at the heart of a creative project explored in this essay. Collaboratively and individually they produce artwork (placed in national collections) and then, as academics, have come to reflect deeply on the heritage of conflict and war by interrogating contemporary art’s representation of war, conflict and terror. The essay reflects on their collaborations and suggests how Australia’s war-aware, even war-like heritage, might be re-interpreted not simply as a struggle to safeguard our shores, but as part of a complex, deeply connected global discourse where painters must re-cast themselves as citizens of the ‘global South’.