PULKA KARRINYA

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PULKA KARRINYA

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·      Title: 'PULKA KARRINYA'

      Creator: Ada Andy Napaltjarri  &  Emily Andy Napaltjarri

·       Date Created: 2007

·       Location: Karrinyarra, Western Desert, Northern Territory, Australia

·       Physical Dimensions: 6 x linens  2.4 x 1.2cm + One larger 2 part painting 4.25m x 2.54m  (2 frames - 2.13m x 2.54m)  

·       Type: Painting, Acrylic on Linen

·       Rights: Karrinyarra Artists

·       External Link: Pulka Karrinya    Blog    Archetypal Narrative    Archetypal Arts    Catalogue

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Emily and Ada are Kurda the primary boss custodians for these sacred women's sites about Central Mt Wedge. Presented in a formal, monumental motif form they are site specific, archetypal visual motifs and map the collective memory maintained through a matrichal continuum.

The FIRST STORY is the STORY FOR OUR TIMES