Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon - Nampitjinpa - Tjilkamala - Porcupine rockhole
This is the story of Tjilkamala - the porcupine man. He is travelling around Talaalpi, west of Kintore and is looking for ants. He digs for them in the ground and creates holes. Meanwhile tracking behind him are women out hunting, hoping to make the porcupine their tucker for the evening. These holes fill with water aŌer the rain and with the morning dew. Over many years they have become rockholes. This work is the story of Alice's personal Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) - the Porcupine. The seƫng is the rockholes in and around the swamp of Talaalpi in Western Australia.
SIZE :40 x 100 cm Acrylic on Canvas