How can Indigenous methodologies be at the heart of art writing? How can personal and political histories Indigenise art criticism to generate a sovereign framework of engagement? How can Indigenous methodologies be at the heart of art writing? How can art writing transform into a practice that acknowledges immaterial epistemologies? What is the role of aural and spoken word? How can systemic forms of colonial repression be dismantled in the publishing arena? How can we write a future art criticism of complicity together? Featuring First Nations arts writers and spoken word performers from Australia and Sámi writers and spoken word performers from Northern Europe, in dialogue about shared and urgent concerns, the webinar discussion focuses on action and agency. By convening a space for knowledge sharing and relation building, the conversation will consider linguistically diverse narratives rooted in country, lands and oceans, of self-determination, storytelling, writing and survival, contestation and listening.