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Mai tjuta – plenty food

Acrylic on Linen
172.0 X 152.0cm
Community: Amata

Tiger is telling us about favourite traditional foods the Pitjantjatjara people hunted and cooked to eat. He said this about his country around Piltati where there are large rock holes. The lizards in the middle are Perentie or Monitor lizard. The circles with dots around the edges represent kampurarpa or bush raisin. The circles without dots are kapi tjukula or rock holes where water collects after the rains. This story is intertwined with the Creation about the Perentie Man who steals a grinding stone and is killed near Piltati.