Another wonderful piece from the Genealogies of Identity Politics conference (November 2019), presentations from which are now being published serially in Peril magazine Edition 41 AAI7. Kelum Palipane and Iderlina Mateo-Babiano explore fragments of a fascinating intersection: an inter-suburban railway commute and a journey of migration that spans across continental distances, specifically the moments of waiting and walking, contextualising them through their lateral and vertical linkages in time and space.

https://peril.com.au/back-editions/edition-41-aai7/intersecting-fragments-of-transport-and-place-in-footscray/