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Eglinton art installation depicts Aboriginal cultural history

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TRADITIONAL wood burning techniques were used to depict Aboriginal spirituality in a northern suburbs art installation.

Noongar artist Justin Martin collaborated with Kambarang Services to create the artwork, Moorditj Maara, on fences at Kinkuna Park in Eglinton’s Allara estate.

Unveiled at a bush tucker morning tea during NAIDOC Week, the design invoked conversations about meaning of place and tribes who traditionally lived on the land.

Lands Minister Ben Wyatt said he hoped the artwork would start positive conversations about Aboriginal history and culture.

Camera IconMoorditj Maara by Noongar artist Justin Martin. Credit: DevelopmentWA

“The WA community continues to develop its understanding of Aboriginal cultures, and Justin’s…



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