Wanna Munna

Kim Kiosses

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51 x 41 cm


acrylic on canvas


Wanna Munna is an Aboriginal cultural site in the Plibara region of Western Australia.

It is where the two Aboriginal language groups, Banyjima and Nylyaparli meet. This artwork represents the coming together of family and language groups.

It is a place of ceremonies, lore, ritual, trading, learning, dance and celebration.

Wanna Munna has a diverse range of ancient rock art, which make it a gallery within it self. Carved in stone are images of ancestral beings, animals, boomerangs, patterns and animal tracks.

It is a spitiual and sacred place.

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