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Wawiriya Burton - Ngayuku Mamaku Ngura- My Father's Country - 198x197 cm

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Wawiriya Burton - Ngayuku Mamaku Ngura- My Father's Country - 198x197 cm

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Artiste : Wawiriya Burton

Titre de l'œuvre : Ngayuku Mamaku Ngura- My Father's Country

Format : 198 x 197 cm

Provenance et certificat : centre d'art de Tjala

Référence de la peinture : 1-17

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Explication sur la signification de cette peinture d'art Aborigène : 

Wawiriya Burton (1925) is a senior woman of law in the region. She is Ngangkari (traditional healer) and is a revered caretaker of Anangu law and culture.Here, Wawiriya is telling the story of her father's country near Piplatjatjara, west of Amata. It depicts
minyma mingkiri tjuta- meaning many small female desert mice. The mingkiri are pregnant and give birth to many babies. They then journey to the surrounding rockholes in search of food and water to feed their young. The dotted lines are mingkiri tracks.

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