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A collaboration with Westfield Southland during NAIDOC Week 2023.
This artwork shows a story of connection between land, water and people. The large meeting place is symbolic of Southland and the community of people that gather there every day. The story shows the journey that Southland has been on in the past, in the present and into the future, through the three journey lines in the bottom right corner.
The story pays tribute to the Country which it is located on, the lands of the Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation. The meeting places connected by water is the coastline that boarders the Traditional lands of the Bunurong people. These waters contributing greatly to allow their culture to now being the longest living culture on the planet.
Year of completion: 2023
Copyright Merindah-Gunya 2023
Poster Paper (160gsm)
- 210gsm Heavy weighted coated paper
- Matte Finish
- Unframed Only
Fine Art Paper (320gsm)
- 320gsm Museum Grade Textured Cotton Rag
- All Fine Art Prints are printed using Epson Fine Art printer using Giclee Archival Inks
- 2cm border around the outside of each unframed paper print (please email us if you would not like the print to have a border)
Fine Art Paper (320gsm) + Shadow Box Frame
- 320gsm Museum Grade Textured Cotton Rag printed using Epson Fine Art printer using Giclee Archival Inks
- Artwork is mounted to acid-free backing
- Raw Tasmanian Oak Frame, Black Frame and White Frame options
- Ready to hang with String
- Acrylic - 99% UV filtering. Reflective. Softer than glass so can scratch when cleaning, care must be taken
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