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Marlene paints Womens Ceremony (Minyma Tjukurrpa) depictions of her country and the sacred womens sites between the communities of Kintore and Kiwirkurra in the Western Desert of Central Australia. Her people would conduct important ceremonies at these sites and tell stories of travelling ancestors who would gather at these sites to rest, sing and dance. Marlene’s choice of colours represent the more traditional pigments used for ground designs and body decoration sometimes interspersed with colour. Her sense of design and movement shows the close association between painted images and the physical landscape.

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Marlene Young Nungurrayi

Marlene Young Nungurrayi is a Pintupi woman born in 1971 at Papunya. During her childhood the family moved across many of the communities of the Central and Western Desert.

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Why Maliyaa?

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Story

Marlene paints Womens Ceremony (Minyma Tjukurrpa) depictions of her country and the sacred womens sites between the communities of Kintore and Kiwirkurra in the Western Desert of Central Australia. Her people would conduct important ceremonies at these sites and tell stories of travelling ancestors who would gather at these sites to rest, sing and dance. Marlene’s choice of colours represent the more traditional pigments used for ground designs and body decoration sometimes interspersed with colour. Her sense of design and movement shows the close association between painted images and the physical landscape.

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Marlene Young Nungurrayi

Marlene Young Nungurrayi is a Pintupi woman born in 1971 at Papunya. During her childhood the family moved across many of the communities of the Central and Western Desert.

See more

Story

Marlene paints Womens Ceremony (Minyma Tjukurrpa) depictions of her country and the sacred womens sites between the communities of Kintore and Kiwirkurra in the Western Desert of Central Australia. Her people would conduct important ceremonies at these sites and tell stories of travelling ancestors who would gather at these sites to rest, sing and dance. Marlene’s choice of colours represent the more traditional pigments used for ground designs and body decoration sometimes interspersed with colour. Her sense of design and movement shows the close association between painted images and the physical landscape.

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Marlene Young Nungurrayi

Marlene Young Nungurrayi is a Pintupi woman born in 1971 at Papunya. During her childhood the family moved across many of the communities of the Central and Western Desert.

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