Kyle Bush is an Associate Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at RMIT University. His design, research and teaching engage with the politics of spatial production in various contexts, with a particular focus on resource economies and the landscapes they are embedded within. His PhD research is concerned with the role that mapping has in shaping discourses and landscapes of resource extraction. This practice aims to inform a broadening of the conception, practice and regulation of rehabilitation in post-mining landscapes in Australia. Further research materials are available online at kbsp.xyz
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