Publisher: The Australian Art Print Network
Gaigai ika woeybadh yatharewm ika: Gaigai is our language term for the Giant Trevally. The title explains how the Giant Trevally when mating moves in a zigzag weaving like pattern. Woeybadh means eggs inside the stomach and Yatharewm ike is the action of typing up or weaving. This title has a significant meaning to the people of Badu Island. It relates to the preparation movements, patterns and routines of the legendary head men of Badu, Waii and Sobai, together with their warriors before setting out to do battle with other tribes.
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