'DANGGALABA KULUMBIRIGIN WOMAN' by Lisa King
Lisa is an Australian multi-disciplinary artist. From a successful gallery owner and curator to a vibrant oil painter and large-scale muralist, she is unstoppable on any medium thrown her way.
In recent times, she has hit the street art festival circuit and made her mark in Boston, Macau, Melbourne and Whangarei.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
This mural was a collaboration between Tanya Williams, Lisa King and Mililma May. The portrait honours Millima Map, proud Danggalaba Kulumbirigin woman, who is also CEO and Co-Founder of 'Uprising of the People Ltd
Milima generously gifted the poem that accompanies this mural:
DANGGALABA KULUMBIRIGIN WOMAN
I am Dedja Batcho.
I am her daughters and her sons: Victor, Lindy,
Bartrum, Keith, Yula, Lucy, Emily, Mary and
I am Dedja Batcho's grand-children, who
themselves are parents and grandparents of
I am my nieces and nephews, and my children
and grandchildren to come.
You can tell who we are by our stance, smiles
We are the Danggalaba Kulumbirigin.
The descendants of traditional custodians of
this country where we sit and bathe in the sun.
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Mural Location: Lindsay Street, Darwin City.