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Yandi full of berries

J.D. Penangke


  • Year


  • Medium

    site specific mural using synthetic polymer paint

  • Size

    "295 x 210 mm (canvas) 330 x 240 mm (including frame)"

Revealed 2023 Artist J.D. Penangke

  • Born

    Middle Swan

  • Lives & Works


"This artwork honours Yorga and the importance of their voices in our community locally and nationally. We are guided by Yorga Birdiya who have paved their paths and have continued standing strong for justice and equality through generations.
Yorga (women)
Birdiya (bosses)

JD's mural speaks to the importance of meaningful representation, and to First Peoples having agency over their own lives.

In 2023, Australia will decided on whether or not to enshrine and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament into the Australian Constitution.

Fremantle Arts Centre and the City of Fremantle endorse the Voice to Parliament and the Uluru Statement, and believe that this important change is a significant step towards self-determination for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples."

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