Synthetic polymer on canvas board
23 x 30 cm
The artist represents Janganpa, the Marsupial Mouse Dreaming. Janganpa, indicated by meanders or tail tracks and E-shaped paw prints, travelled from Laga Laga north of Yaturluyaturlu, and moved west. Laga Laga is an important ceremonial place for Japaljarri and Jungarrayi men, the joint custodians of this Dreaming. The kuruwarri (design) is marked by a profusion of tail tracks and E-shaped paw prints, evocative of many performers dancing to ensure the increase of the species.
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