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  1. ‘Faith in the system’ painting

    Faith in the System explores the relationship between Indigenous incineration and the exploitation of country through resource extraction. The painting references an archival image of the old Adelaide jail...

  2. ‘Don’t Stop the Grind, Can’t Stop the Grind’ painting

    This painting pays tribute to the work ethic of our community. The work ethic that has been confined to a struggle for survival, exploited through slavery and hidden in the lie of the Aussie battler forgin...

  3. ‘Warliyajarrayi’ painting

    This story was passed down to the artist from Old Lady Napaltjarri Morton. The painting shows the story of Janyanpartinya creek (Mount Campbell). The kingki/tjanpa and milarrpa wa  nki/ukurrukurru tjut...

  4. ‘Puli Puli (Rocks)’ painting

    Keturah depicts the puli puli (rocks) at two different sites. She paints the landscapes at Haasts Bluff where she grew up and also at Karrkurrutintja (Lake Mcdonald in Pintupi), located west of Kintore alo...

  5. Pamapardu Jukurrpa (flying ant dreaming) – Warntungurra painting

    This painting depicts the Pamapardu Jukurrpa (Flying Ant Dreaming) from Wapurtali, west of Yuendumu. ‘Pamapardu’ is the Warlpiri name for the flying ants or termites that build the large anthil...

  6. Lorrkon

    The Lorrkon is a hollow log coffin used by the people of Arnhem Land, Australia. It consists of a tree trunk hollowed out by termites and painted by a clan member of the deceased. The hollow log is made fr...

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