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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 from a termite hollowed Stringybark tree (Eucalyptus tetradonta) and is decorated with totemic emblems. Painted by Rodney Balmana.

Acrylic on wood

47 x 13cm

Marrawuddi Arts and Culture is located at Kakadu National Park, NT.

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Rodney Balmana

Rodney Balmana is an artist from Marrawuddi Arts & Culture.

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