Initiated by senior men from across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, this important cultural maintenance project Kulata Tjuta means many spears. 

Referencing the effects of the atomic bomb tests on Anangu Country sixty years ago, the kulata (spears) hang in an explosive cloud formation that hovers above an installation of hand-carved piti (wooden bowls) made by Anangu women.

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
Jimmy Pompey
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

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