Roy Underwood, Ned Grant, Jerome Anderson, Lawrence Pennington, Fred Grant and Mark Anderson, six senior Spinifex men have combined here to paint what amounts to a vast canvas. With so much knowledge held between the artists the subject matter of the painting is at once dense and obscure. Each artist focused on their area of birth and responsibility seeming to lay some connected and some disparate stories across each other and across the canvas. However the painting, like Spinifex country itself, is much more subtly interlocked than this. Once each artist was settled on a location around the canvas the places and stories shown by each are oriented relative to the position of the other artists. In this way geographical and mythological coordinates are established and maintained. As with many Spinifex paintings (and especially with a painting by senior men) much of the subject matter cannot be discussed in any detail. However, in naming the places shown each artist is also orienting the viewer depending on the level of knowledge held by the viewer. Mention of Yawar, Purr-purr, Pukera, Wakarbukatja or Mamparn in this painting say, is enough to alert a Spinifex person to not only who was involved in the painting but also what stories and country are being spoken about.