- Place where the work was made
- Cultural origin
- Pintupi, Western Desert region
- Media category
- Materials used
- etching on Hahnemühle rag paper
- 33.0 x 25.0 cm platemark; 55.0 x 45.0 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Signed l.r. beneath platemark, pencil "Raymond Olodoodi". Not dated.
- Purchased with funds provided by the Aboriginal Collection Benefactors' Group 2011
- Not on display
- Accession number
- Artist information
Works in the collection
In addition to showcasing the quality of Papunya Tula Artists as a whole, this suite of etchings emphasises the strength of each individual artist as they successfully translate their Tjukurrpa to the new medium of printmaking. Far from being a mere copy of their paintings in a different scale and medium each artists adapts their visual language to this new process with apparent ease, resulting in bold, confident works that are extraordinary in themselves, and when combined as a suite, are truly amazing.
The art centre documentation for this work states:
This etching depicts designs associated with the rockhole site of Wirrilpi, south-west of Jupiter Well in Western Australia. In ancestral times a group of Tingari men camped at this site before travelling east to the rockhole site of Ngarru. This ancestral story forms part of the Tingari Song Cycle.
Since events associated with the Tingari cycle are of a secret nature no further detail was given.
Where the work was made
Shown in 1 exhibition
Papunya Tula works on paper, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 13 Dec 2012–24 Mar 2013