'Walking Looking Talking: Noppan Nukkan Yunnan', Granite Island SA 2016 -

What people do on Granite Island – in Ngarrindjerri and English. These ancient rocks, under an old tree, provide a moment’s refuge to contemplate ‘then’ and ‘now’. Painting on rocks is an ancient practice. This is 21st century rock painting. It is one of several impermanent installations of ‘Sculpture Encounters’ on the island. The paint will fade and disappear in time, making space for something new, just as with all living things.

Sculpture Encounters, Granite Island, SA 2016 -
Walking, Looking, Talking: Noppan, Nukkan, Yunnan
Visitors
Visitors to 'Walking Looking Talking: Noppan Nukkan Yunnan'
Deatail: Looking 1
Deatail: Looking 1
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Detail: Looking 2
Detail: Looking 2
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Detail: Talking 1
Detail: Talking 1
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Detail: Talking 2
Detail: Talking 2
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Detail: Walking 1
Detail: Walking 1
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Detail: Walking 2
Detail: Walking 2
50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Acrylic paint on bluestone
Walking, Looking, Talking: Noppan, Nakkan, Yunnan
Walking, Looking, Talking: Noppan, Nukkan, Yunnan
Acrylc paint on rocks



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