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Rod Moss

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Rod Moss grew up in Melbourne, heading to Alice Springs in 1984. The burnished colours of Central Australia and its Indigenous culture have informed his art ever since. His relationship with the Indigenous community is unique, based on decades of friendship and trust. In the timeframe of the book, many changes occurred in Rod’s own life – marriage, birth of two children, divorce – but they sit in the background of the story as he focuses on the Aboriginal community, with their permission and participation.
ALL TITLES BY ROD MOSS
The Hard Light Of Day: An Artist
The Hard Light Of ...
Rod Moss


A story of a whitefella-blackfella friendship that offers hope for the future. Winner of the 2011 Prime Minister's Literary Award.


One Thousand Cuts: Life and Art in Central Australia
One Thousand Cuts:...
Rod Moss


From artist and memoirist Rod Moss comes the follow-up to the Prime Minister’s Prize winner The Hard Light of Day.


AWARDS
Winner, 2014 Northern Territory Literary Awards - Chief Minister's 'Book of the Year'