A5 Journal: Tjukurrpa Kungkarrangkalpa (Seven Sisters)
High quality hardback journal made in Australia containing approximately 96 pages of 100gsm cream lined paper. Finished with square corners and ribbon marker and printed with artwork from the National Museum of Australia's 'Songlines, Tracking the Seven Sisters' Exhibition.
“Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters was an Aboriginal-led exhibition that took visitors on a journey along the epic Seven Sisters Dreaming tracks, through art, Indigenous voices and innovative multimedia and other immersive displays.” National Museum of Australia
Kungkarrangkalpa (Seven Sisters), 2016 is an artwork by Anawari Inpiti Mitchell, Angilyiya Tjapiti Mitchell, Lalla West, Jennifer Nginyaka Mitchell, Eileen Tjayanka Woods, Lesley Laidlaw and Robert Woods - Papulankutja Artists in collaboration with the National Museum of Australia.
Kungkarrangkalpa (Seven Sisters) is a reflection of kinship and country within the Kuru Ala story of the Seven Sisters. Each artist participated in different elements of the painting, depicting images of the Seven Sisters throwing the Carpet Snake and flying away from their site.
Image: Kungkarrangkalpa (Seven Sisters) 2016 by Angilyiya Tjapitji Mitchell
Courtesy of Papulankutja Artists