Developed by men from across the AnanguPitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, this iteration of this important cultural maintenance project - Kulata Tjuta, meaning many spears - is the most ambitious to date.

Referencing the effects of the atomic bomb tests on Anangu Country, the kulata hang in an explosive cloud formation hovering above a collection of floating hand-carved piti (wooden bowls), created by Ananguwomen.

detail: Tjungu Palya artists Ginger Wikilyiri, Bernard Tjalkari & Keith Stevens, photo: Rhett Hammerton

ARTISTS
Alec Baker, Eric Kunmanara Barney,  Freda Brady, Moses Brady, Michael Bruno, Angela Burton, Cisco Burton, Kunmanara (Hector) Burton, Noel Burton, Pepai Jangala Carroll, Taylor Wanyima Cooper, Margaret Ngilan Dodd, Sammy Dodd, Jimmy Donegan, Maureen Douglas, Ronnie Douglas, Stanley Douglas, Arnie Frank, Witjiti George, Kunmanara (Gordon) Ingkatji, Adrian Intjalki, Rupert Jack, Willy Kaika Burton, Nyurpaya Kaika Burton, Naomi Kantjuriny, Brenton Ken, Freddy Ken, Ray Ken, Iluwanti Ungkutjuru Ken, Graham Kulyuru,Willy Muntjantji Martin, Errol Morris, Kevin Morris,Mark Morris, Peter Mungkuri, Vincent Namatjira, Tiger Palpatja, Mary Katatjuku Pan, David Pearson, Aaron Riley, Adrian Riley, William Tjapaltjarri Sandy, Priscilla Singer, Keith Stevens, Lydon Stevens, Bernard Tjalkuri, Lyndon Tjangala, Mr Wangin, Ginger Wikilyiri, Mick Wikilyiri, Mumu Mike Williams, Anwar Young, Carol Young, Frank Young, Kamurin Young, Marcus Young, Roma Young, Yaritji Young