Tag: Melbourne

Reimagining Regional Relationships

A post-COVID, post-neoliberal ordering of these relationships needs a new shared imagination Melbourne’s second lockdown and the enforced separation of the city’s residents from those of regional Victoria and the rest of the world has proven a sobering time in which to reflect upon a complex relationship. Across Melbourne, lockdown has delivered a collective jolt to the senses, a striking realisation of how deeply integral mobility is, in its myriad forms, to our taken-for-granted sense…

A Tale of the New Australian City, by David Boarder Giles and Anna Carlson

In this excerpt from the forthcoming issue of Arena Magazine David Boarder Giles and Anna Carlson explore the politics of homelessness, real estate and the right to the street.