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Dream Trackers (Hardcover)
Dream Trackers (Hardcover): Barbara Glowczewski, Virtuel Bazaar

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Dream Trackers (Hardcover)

Barbara Glowczewski, Virtuel Bazaar

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For multi-users in institutions: sold under licence, please contact UNESCO Publishing Yapa is a Central Australian word for 'indigenous people'. The aboriginal notion of "jukurrpa" is the dream as a parallel spacetime, a past, present and virtual memory of the earth and cosmos. It manifests itself as Ancestral and Eternal Beings, the myths of their adventures, the trails of their travels, the rituals, sites or sacred objects that embody their living presence. Fifty-one Warlpiri artists and story-tellers lead us on a journey through their ritual painting, singing and dancing, on the tracks of their Dreaming Ancestors, who are embodied in the land. The Warnayaca Art Centre receives part of the income from distribution.

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