Title: Yuriyawi (Waterhole)
Artist: Deegan Hunter – Wiradjuri mob from Brungle/Cowra
“The description of the artwork is about representation of connection through our water ways and how Nations/people share through song-lines and story lines, the circles represent the meeting places and representation of gathering people together to share and care for one mob. The visual separation of places but still connected through Gunhi (mother) and flowing water.”
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