|"Minha Konkon" means Kookaburra in Kugu Language. When we hear kookaburras join together in song in means someone has died or about to die. It means bad things are coming and we need to get ready for it. Many inland fresh water people have the Kookaburra as their totem.
|Artist: Mavis Benjamin
|Ghostnet sculpture, 56cm tall x 40cm wide x 76cm long
|Price includes postage anywhere within Australia