Rachel Joy
Tiddalik, the frog who drank all the water in the world (Gunai/Kurnai story).
2009
Cane, bamboo, fabric
3mx3mx3m approx.
The frog Tiddalik was made as part of a colaborative project with the schools surrounding the small rural town of Bruthen in Gippsland, Australia. The story belongs to the indigenous people of the area who were also involved in the project. Tiddalik opened his huge mouth and drank the local river during a performance that was part of the town music festival.
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