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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art
The Aboriginal Memorial gallery See nearby items

On display on Level G


Liyagawumirr people

Australia 1929 – 1994

Tide marks and Djang'kawu waterholes 1987-88 Description: thin bands with Djang'kawu waterholes at top. bands across middle. Two rows of elipses with dots at base. (An installation of 200 hollow log coffins)

Collection Title: The Aboriginal Memorial
Place made: Ramingining, Central Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
Materials & Technique: sculptures, installation, natural earth pigments on wood

Dimensions: height 81.0 h cm diameter top 11.0 h cm diameter base 11.0 h cm
Acknowledgement: Purchased with the assistance of funds from National Gallery admission charges and commissioned in 1987.
Accession No: NGA 87.2240.121