It's been such a pleasure to be surrounded by the Nahnan, an exhibition by Injalak Arts Centre showcasing traditional fibre works and techniques, passed down through generations. Objects taking the form of 'Marebus' (Woven Mats) and 'Manjabus' (Fish Traps) are showcased, demonstrating how fibre was traditionally used to collect bush foods shared with one another.
For those who were not able to make it, not to worry! Elise Scott stepped in and wonderfully captured this incredible collection of works. Take a look below!