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Hear from Lyndon Davis about this project and see the works come to life with AR against the backdrop of  Lake Cootharaba.

‘Murang’ in Kabi Kabi language signifies totem systems and refers to animals or flesh. ‘Ngai’ relates to identity and means ‘I’. Together translates to ‘Us in Them’ and ‘Them is Us’ to explore the interconnectivity of everything in the environment. A site-specific installation  over Lake Cootharaba, the project draws on sonic visualisations from culturally significant species such as the white-bellied sea eagle, rainbow lorikeet, cockatoo, black swan, dolphin, and native bee, the work invites reflection and encourages a multi-sensory engagement with place, disrupting anthropocentric worldviews.

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