Margo Neale is head of the Indigenous Knowledges Curatorial Centre, senior Indigenous curator and principal adviser to the director of the National Museum of Australia (NMA). She is also an adjunct professor at the Australian National University and has published widely, including the Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, and curated groundbreaking, award-winning national and international exhibitions, including Songlines:Tracking the Seven Sisters at the NMA in 2017, Emily Kngwarreye and Lin Onus. Lynne Kelly is a science writer working as an honorary research associate at La Trobe University. Her field of research is the memory methods used by those who depended on their memories for everything they knew: oral cultures including Australian Aboriginal, Native American, Pacific and African cultures. She is also a mnemonist, committing vast amounts of information to memory using the memory technologies of Indigenous peoples. She is the author of The Memory Code and Memory Craft.