As Moss's attachment to Alice Springs and the traditional lands of Arrentre deepened, so did his enduring intimacy with the families of Whitegate camp on the town's eastern fringe. In this memoir Moss uncovers the places where his own family and art
intersect with those in the Whitegate mob, the majesty of the land, the necessity of story, and intensity of kin. (edit.) 237 x 212mm., pp. x, 252, b/w & colour plates throughout, The Families, Related Reading, Works. Hard cover in dust jacket. As NEW.