122 x 228 cm: acrylic on canvas
Let Go Let Flow – Enjadine, Bidyadanga
“The painting is a bird’s eye view of my favourite place called Enjadine in Bidyadanga. I love the flow of the ocean into the creeks during the high tides. My families and I would fish off the sandbanks. We would float with the incoming tides”
– Corina Jadai
Bidyadanga Aboriginal Community (La Grange) is located on the Kimberley coast in Western Australia, 1590 kilometres from the capital city of Perth and 180 kilometres from Broome.
The recognised traditional owners of the land are the Karajarri people.
Bidyadanga is the largest remote Aboriginal community in Western Australia with a population of approximately 850 residents and is home to the Karajarri, Juwalinny, Mangala, Nyungamarta and Yulpartja language groups.
Rich in history, art and culture and with a developing economy, Bidyadanga has many community facilities and infrastructure to support community’s people.
The word Bidyadanga comes from a word for “emu watering hole” (pijarta or bidyada).
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Martumili Artists acknowledges the Nyiyaparli and Martu people as the Traditional Owners of the land we live and work on. We also acknowledge the Traditional Owners throughout our country and our Elders; past, present and emerging.