TLF ID M014297
This is a photographic print by Barkindji/Paakintji artist Nici Cumpston (b1963) depicting Nookamka, a freshwater lake situated in the Riverland region of South Australia. The work is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information about the Murray-Darling River system’s degradation, and a description of Cumpston’s intentions and practice. This work was exhibited as a part of the second National Indigenous Art Triennial, ‘unDisclosed’, at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) in 2012. More of Cumpston's work, as well as further information about her, can be viewed on the NGA website by searching for 'undisclosed'; information about the other artists and the themes of the exhibition can also be found there. The work measures 77.0 cm high x 206.0 cm wide and was created using inkjet print on canvas, hand-coloured with pencil and watercolour.