Alex Brown

Lorrkon 78814

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Lorrkon 78814
Lorrkon 78814

Alex Brown

Lorrkon 78814

Medium: Hollow Log
Size: 145x13
Year: 2014
Price: $ POA
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A Lorrkon (or hollow log) is used in the final ceremony in a sequence of mortuary rituals celebrated by the people of Arnhem Land. They are made from a termite hollowed Stringybark tree (Eucalyptus tetradonta) and decorated with totemic emblems.

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