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Badu Gili: Wonder Women – Sally M Nangala Mulda

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Luritja artist Sally M Nangala Mulda’s paintings record the intimate encounters and activities of everyday life in Abbott’s Camp, an Aboriginal-run community in Mparntwe/Alice Springs.

Coby Edgar, curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, speaks to Sally about her work Tail get cold 2018 and coming to Sydney to see it feature as part of the project Badu Gili: Wonder Women.

Badu Gili: Wonder Women is a creative collaboration between the Sydney Opera House and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, to mark the Art Gallery’s 150th anniversary. The vibrant animation of artworks weaves together the works and stories of six female First Nations artists from across Australia. The full animation is projected onto the Sydney Opera House’s eastern Bennelong sails at sunset.