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 Yaritji Young 2017   

Yaritji Young 2017

 

 
Anangu-ku ara tjuta ngaranyi munu nganana kunpungku kanyini. Nganana walka palyani munu mantjilpai uwankangkara tjunguringkula.

Nganana Ananguku ara alatji palyalpai walytjararagku tjungu munu nganampa tjukurpa panya kutjutu palyalpai munu walka panya palunyatu tjungura palyalpai panya uwankara kutjara ka warka nganampa kala munu walka kutjulta ngaranyi.

Nganana ma-utini nganana mukuringkula. Warka panya walka kutjupara utiringanyi munu ngapatji ngapartji wangkapai walkangku munu Anangunaku.

Anangu have many rules regarding how we paint and who we share this celebration with. Making collaborative artworks isn’t possible with people who we don’t have the right family or cultural relationship with… What we do share with artists outside the Lands when we have the opportunity to connect is also so very important. We share ideas about colour and movement, about scale and energy. We share our love for painting…

Sometimes paintings can talk to each just like Artists talk to each other
— Yaritji Young
 

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