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'Jarrangini (buffalo)' 2018-10-07

44 x 32cm (image), 56 x 38cm (paper), screenprint with woodcut


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The jarrangini (buffalo) was introduced to the Tiwi Islands by the British at the turn of the 1800’s. The British established a trading post known as Fort Dundas,in 1824, which only lasted four or five years. The Timorese Buffalo was introduced as a source of milk and food for the British colonisers. Long after the British colonialists left, the jarranginistill inhabits Melville Islands. It is a food source for the Tiwi people.


Cat: 596-18-9/10