Yilaathu Ngurrugu by Aurielle Smith
Choreographer/Filmmaker: Aurielle Smith
Title of work: Yilaathu Ngurrugu
Music: From Little Things Big Things Grow. Written by Kev Carmody and Paul Kelley. Performed, arranged and produced by Electric Fields. Additional production and mixing by Mario Spate, Vocals engineered by Tom Garnett at Studio 301, Piano engineered by Sean Timms, Voice of Vincent Lingiari courtesy of Gurindji Corporation.
Dancers: Aurielle Smith
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this video contains voices of deceased persons.
Aurielle and FORM acknowledge the Anangu and the Guringai people as the traditional owners of the lands on which this video was filmed and produced.
Two people from two completely different worlds. They were never meant to cross paths. Their lives so different, their environments opposed. One has to fight, one lives without a second thought. But what if instead of combat and injustice, we come together. Bigger things can grow if we are one.
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