• 23. Marrma, 2016 (2/6)
  • 23. Marrma, 2016 (2/6)

Dhalmula #2 Burarrwaŋa

23. Marrma, 2016 (2/6)

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"We went to Butjumurru and took photos. The beach was clear and the water was very calm. I stood on a rock and Burrthi took a photo of me. I am pointng at the sea. Back in the studio I took the image and drew a design for water along with the clouds. The colours I chose reflect the colours of the water. There is two of me on the rock - one pointing right and one pointing left. We are not pointng at each other but past."

Printed as part of the Yuta Project 2012

    • Screenprint on FABRIANO paper
    • Dimensions: 50 x 35.5cm
    • Cat No. 381-16-2/6


Burarrwaŋa Dhalmula #2 was born in 1995.

"I was born at Nhulunbuy Hospital. My mother is Natjinga Marika. l live in Yirrkala – Recreation Road. I enjoy learning about printmaking and I have a good knowledge of photographic linocut. I would like to learn more about art. My favourite artist was my grandmother Gaymala Yunupingu, she made lots of prints that were very colourful.’"

  • 2012: Gove Festival – Overall 1st Prize
  • 2014: Winner of Cotton On Foundation NAIDOC Week Tote Bag Design – Best Artwork


Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre is the Indigenous community controlled art centre of Northeast Arnhem Land. Located in Yirrkala, a small Aboriginal community on the northeastern tip of the Top End of the Northern Territory, approximately 700km east of Darwin. The primarily Yolŋu (Aboriginal) staff of around twenty services Yirrkala and the approximately twenty-five homeland centres in the radius of 200km.

In the 1960’s, Narritjin Maymuru set up his own beachfront gallery from which he sold art that now graces many major museums and private collections. He is counted among the art centre’s main inspirations and founders, and his picture hangs in the museum. His vision of Yolŋu-owned business to sell Yolŋu art that started with a shelter on a beach has now grown into a thriving business that exhibits and sells globally.

Today Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre consists of two divisions; the Yirrkala Art Centre which represents Yolŋu artists exhibiting and selling contemporary art and The Mulka Project which acts as a digital production studio and archiving centre incorporating the museum.

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