telling sign of rock art’s disciplinary maturity is a publication in which the illustrations are mostly inessential. Though the 24 chapters each average just under six illustrations, the focus is firmly methodologically and theoretically on aspects of rock art documentation, interpretation and presentation. This focus also helps to destabilise rock art’s ocularcentrism.
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Ouzman, S. (2015). Working with rock art: recording, presenting and understanding rock art using Indigenous knowledge. Benjamin Smith, Knut Helskog and David Morris (eds). 2012. Witwatersrand University Press, Johannesburg, xv+312 pp. ISBN 978 1 86814 545 4. Australian Archaeology, 80, S153-S154.. https://www.australianarchaeologicalassociation.com.au/our-journal/back-issues/volume-80/