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June 16th, 2019

Anthony Gribble

- Voyage to the Red Rock -

He has been described as an ‘anthropologist’ but Anthony’s tongue in cheek response is that he “doesn’t apologise for anything”.

Since 1992, Anthony has spent the better part of 20 years working, and living, in remote parts of the Central Desert of Australia. What started out as a 4 weeks residency at the town of Yulara, near Uluru, turned into a ten year journey of extraordinary physical and spiritual experiences.

He formed lifelong friendships with the Pitjantatjara people, who generously shared knowledge of their language and culture and Anthony still refers to this as ‘a rare privilege’.

Anthony also lived in Alice Springs for 9 years and interacted with Pintupi, Arrente, and Walpiri people of the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

His presentations have been received with outspoken enthusiasm for the insights that he provides. The stunning visual content, including cross references to other ancient civilisations, examines the parallels and origins of fundamental symbols that have formed the foundation art, as we know it.

The natural phenomenon of patterns and formations is reflected in the tribal art of the Central Desert Aborigines, and extends into esoteric alliances of global spiritual beliefs.

 

 

 

 

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