25 February – 25 March 2007
Presented as part of the 2007 Perth International Arts Festival in association with the Western Australian Department of Industry and Resources.
Kutju—One is the inaugural exhibition of the Western Desert Mob artists from the Aboriginal communities located in the remote Ngaanyatjarra Lands, Western Australia.
Kutju—One is a vibrant illustration of men and women, young and old, painting, woodcarving and weaving tjukurrpa (Dreaming stories) and contemporary tales. The artworks are energetic, dynamic and diverse reflecting each artist's unique style, stories and connection to country.
Artwork presented in this exhibition by the Western Desert Mob consists of paintings and fibre sculptures, and draws on ancient spiritual traditions united with contemporary artistic expression, methods and mediums.
Artists and communities represented in the Western Desert Mob: Kutju—One exhibition include: