On Country in Arnhem Land The treatment of Aboriginal people by European settlers is the darkest chapter in Australia’s history. And it remains a stain on our young nation: The far reaching consequences continue to be a defining factor in the relationship between black and white Australia. Over the last ten years, I photographed the lives of Kunwinjku and Yolgnu people in the Northern Territory. ‘On Country in Arnhem Land’ is the story of the first people of this land. It’s about an everyday reality, where American rap music competes with the didgeridoo, the seductive pull of town life contends with the traditional homelands, and white man’s law undermines respect for the elders and their ancient land.