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Title Twined together = kunmadj njalehnjaleken / edited by Louise Hamby
Published Gunbalanya, N.T. : Injalak Arts and Crafts, 2005


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Description xxiii, 256 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), 1 map, portraits ; 33 cm
Contents Pt. I. History / Korrokko Duninjh -- Pt. Pt. II. Everything about fibre forms / Kunmadji Njalehnjaleken -- Pt. III. Injalak, art from the Stone Country
Summary This book is a guide for those with artistic, anthropological, linguistic, historical and fibre interests, providing insight into the previously unexplored complexities of fibre art from the region. Photographic essays feature collection, preparation, making and special features such as handle variations. The women artists who make the bags, baskets and mats are Kunwinjku speakers
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliography (pages 248-249) and index
Subject Myth in art.
Women textile designers -- Northern Territory -- Gunbalanya
Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Gunbalanya
Textile crafts -- Northern Territory -- Gunbalanya
Fiberwork -- Northern Territory -- Gunbalanya
Textile crafts -- Australia -- Oenpelli (N.T.)
Fiberwork -- Australia -- Oenpelli (N.T.)
Women textile designers -- Australia -- Oenpelli (N.T.)
Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Australia -- Oenpelli (N.T.)
Fiberwork -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Women textile designers -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Hand weaving -- Australia
Basket making -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Aboriginal Australians -- Basket making
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Textile crafts -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Kunwinjku (Australian people) -- Art
Textile crafts -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Fiberwork -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Fibrework -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Women textile designers -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Oenpelli
Hand weaving -- Australia -- Gunbalanya (N.T.)
Kunwinjku (Australian people)
Stories and motifs
Material culture - Woven objects
Gathering - Plants - Dyestuff
Technology - Fibre
Art - Textiles
Technology - Pigments and ochres
Art - Artists - Women
Plants - Pandanus
History - Biographies - Indigenous
Art - Rock art
Language - Linguistics - Language elicitation - Translated
Art - Crafts - Baskets and basketmaking
Technology - Pigments and ochres
Technology - Dilly bags
Art - Crafts - Mats and mat making
Trade and exchange
Art, Aboriginal Australian.
Textile crafts.
Women textile designers.
Gunwinggu / Gunwinygu / Kunwinjku people (N65) (NT SD53-02)
Gunwinggu / Gunwinygu / Kunwinjku language (N65) (NT SD53-02)
Myth in art.
Kunwinjku N65
West Arnhem Land (NT SD53, SC53)
Gunbalanya / Oenpelli (West Arnhem Land NT SD53-01)
Nordterritorium <Australien>
Northern Territory -- Gunbalanya.
Northern Territory.
Author Hamby, Louise, 1951-
Injalak Arts & Crafts Association
LC no. 2006389612
ISBN 0646446088 :
Other Titles Kunmadj njalehnjaleken