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Kardi Munta (Emu Net) & Kardi (Emu)

Paul Herzich

Paul Herzich, Kardi Munta (Emu Net), 2020, mixed media. Photo Sam Roberts.

Paul Herzich, Kardi Munta (Emu Net), 2020, mixed media. Photo Sam Roberts.

Paul Herzich, Kardi Munta (Emu Net), 2020, mixed media. Photo Sam Roberts.

Paul Herzich, Kardi Munta (Emu Net), 2020, mixed media. Photo Sam Roberts.

Kardi Munta (Emu Net) and Kardi (Emu) sculptures has been inspired by community consultation and early paintings of Emu Nets on the Adelaide plains at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The Kardi Munta in the paintings were constructed from sheoak branches bound by the inner bark of River Red Gums with the materials used in this sculpture designed to mimic this materials. Paul Herzich is a contemporary Aboriginal Landscape Architect and Visual Artist who has a focus on Aboriginal people, art and country. Paul is a descendant of the Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna people of South Australia, and he is also a descendant of German Lutherans who migrated to Hahndorf, South Australia in 1838.

Pelzer Park/ Pityarilla (Park 19), Glen Osmond Road

Year Produced
2020

Materials
Mixed Media

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