Kinara pulka irnyani palyanu. Tjintungku kampara utinu (The big moon shone brightly and made. The sun burnt through and brought it out)

Revealing a complex and intertwined relationship with the spirit of the land, Kinara munu Tjintu (Moon and Sun), showcases Yankunytjatjara artist Robert Fielding’s diverse practice through photography, print and video. Engaging with site-specific interventions and process-based practices, Fielding merges abandoned objects, natural elements and sacred language as an ongoing dance between artist and country upon which he works.

Robert Fielding is a contemporary artist of Pakistani, Afghan, Western Arrente and Yankunytjatjara descent, who lives in Mimili Community in remote Anangu Pitjantjtjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands. Fielding won the work on paper category at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Awards in 2015 and 2017. He also won the 2015 Desart Art Worker Prize.

9 February—14 April

John Curtin Gallery Curtin University

Building 200, Curtin University, Kent Street Bentley WA 6102