In Kampagee a dark background is interrupted by bright forms of electric green dotting outlined in crimson red. For Mrs M Baragurra, the image evoked powerful memories of her country in the wet season, when rich colours abound and there is an abundance of food. Of the painting, the artist said:
“My country Kampagee, we been walking around, I been born there. I am little one walking around Nanarra. Lots of jila, warla (mud flat). Old people country blood country, sad one you know. He been lost there my uncle everyone been lost there my grandfather too.”
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Katarra Butler’s untitled painting depicts designs associated with the site of Tjukurla in Western Australia. During ancestral times, a group of women gathered at Tjukurla to perform the ceremonial songs...