Art: Burragubba – Boori and Kamoo

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  • Acrylic on canvas
  • Approx A0, unframed
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  • Adrian Burragubba is from the Babinburra Clan, of the Wangan and Jagalingou People (W&J) of Central Queensland, Australia - a part of the Wiirdi language group. He is a Wangan and Jagalingou primary Traditional Owner. Burragubba fought Adani's central Queensland coal mine in a series of court actions.
  • All proceeds from the sale donated to W&J's fight to stop Adani

Artwork exhibited as part of our exhibition "Frontlines: Adani to takayna"

Frontlines is an exploration of environmental activism and protest across Australia. It represents and celebrates the commitment, and often unrecognised dedication, of people on the frontlines of conservation and environmental crises across the country.

The frontline is a place, an action, as well as a community. It is a space where active citizens are offering a solution in this age of climate breakdown, proving that people power can preserve nature or be defiant in the face of threats to wild places, which have existed for time immemorial.

From Tasmania’s forest battles in takayna / Tarkine to the proposed Adani mine site in the Galilee Basin in Queensland, people are taking action and holding ground across Australia. As they defend vulnerable and irreplaceable places, these people and the places they seek to protect, are under direct attack from our Prime Minister, state and federal governments and corporations.

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