Projects    Tjukurpa Wangkapai, Amata

Visiting artist/designer Margaret Worth. A collaboration with the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yunkunytjatjara on the location and design for a storytelling place and outdoor social area in the centre of town. Opportunities for acknowledging traditional stories and children’s contemporary stories were combined with attention to designing for the comfort and safety of children and elders in the area.

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place concept preparation  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place site work by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place site work  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place 1999 by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place 1999  2001

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Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place initial drawing by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place initial drawing  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place underside of roof by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai - Story Telling Place underside of roof  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Plan + wiltja model by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Plan + wiltja model  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: plan viewing by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: plan viewing  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Plan + wiltja model by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Plan + wiltja model  2001

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Wiltja maquette by Margaret Worth

Tjukurpa Wangkapai: Wiltja maquette  2001