A Nuclear Futures Program of Arts collaboration
A 20 minute immersive installation for circular screen and 3D sound.
Ngurini is an outcome of the Nuclear Futures program of creative arts responding to the legacy of nuclear testing. Artists worked with Yalata community members to tell the story of repercussions from atomic tests carried out by the British at Maralinga in the 1950s and 60s: that of forced relocation from traditional lands, the establishment of a community at Yalata, struggles for recognition, clean-ups and land handback and the survival, resilience and strength of a people.
Ngurini premiered at the at The Block, Queensland University of Technology.
- Paul Brown Creative Producer
- Ellise Barkley Production Manager
- Jessie Boylan Artist
- Linda Dement Artist
- Luke Harrald Composer
- Danielle Marwick Video, Photography
- Rowan Lee Technician
- Russell Bryant Interviews, Artist, Advisor
- Mima Smart Interviews, Advisor
- Rita Bryant Interviews
- Keith Peters Interviews, Advisor
- Steve Harrison Sculptor, Advisor
- Nic Mollison Projection Set, Lighting
- Michelle Anderson & Dave Clarke Video [Ooldea 1994]
- Mick Broderick Video [Aerial]
- Warren Paul Artist
- John Turpie Sculptor
- Sharon Bryant Actor
- Mariko Ishii Cultural Liaison, Translator
Special Thanks to:
The Yalata Community, Yalata School, Maralinga Tjarutja Council, Greg Franks, Kristy Richards, Thelma Windlass, John Mungee, Queensland University of Technology, University of Adelaide, South Australian Department of State Development.