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by Peter Sutton

Author: Peter Sutton
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: George Braziller; 1st edition (August 1, 1997)
Pages: 266 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.5
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Australia's Aborigines, who have lived on that continent for at least 40,000 years, were until recently considered .

Australia's Aborigines, who have lived on that continent for at least 40,000 years, were until recently considered extremely "primitive. Today, anthropologists recognize their complex social patterns and rich cosmology, their centuries-old contacts with Melanesians and Indonesians, their pioneering of human cremation, rock art, tools and grindstones. Peter Sutton starts with an explanation of the power-filled ground of existence, the Dreaming, (or the Dreamtime) and moves on to define the Dreamings, who are the Ancestral Beings who inhabit both our present world and the Dreamtime.

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In Australian Aboriginal art, a Dreaming is a totemistic design or artwork, which can be owned by a tribal group or individual. This usage of Stanner's term was popularised by Geoffrey Bardon in the context of the Papunya Tula artist collective. This usage of Stanner's term was popularised by Geoffrey Bardon in the context of the Papunya Tula artist collective he established in the 1970s.

The finest Authentic Australian Aboriginal Ar. Dreamtime or Dreaming for Australian Aboriginal people represents the time when the Ancestral Spirits progressed over the land and created life and important physical geographic formations and sites. Aboriginal philosophy is known as the Dreaming and is based on the inter-relation of all people and all things. Australian Aborigines have the longest continuous cultural history of any group of people on Earth. Educated estimates date this history around 50,000 years.

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Peter Sutton: Responding to Aboriginal Art -33-. Peter Sutton: The Morphology of Feeling -59-. Christopher Anderson and Francoise Dussart: Dreamings in Acrylic: Western Desert Art -89

Peter Sutton: Responding to Aboriginal Art -33-. Christopher Anderson and Francoise Dussart: Dreamings in Acrylic: Western Desert Art -89-. Philip Jones: Perceptions of Aboriginal Art: A History -143-. Peter Suttonk, Philip Jones, and Steven Hemming: Survival, Regeneration, and Impact -180-. Peter Sutton: Postscript -213-. Biographies of the Artists -235

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Aboriginal people’s responses to different exogenous religious influences have not been uniform. Here I contrast Aboriginal responses to Christian cosmology with responses to New Age influences. I then explore the question of whether a comparison of classical Aboriginal religious thought with New Age ideas and values yields much in the way of similarities or compatibilities. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

In collaboration with a major exhibition of Aboriginal art, this book provides a complete study of the role of the Aboriginal artist and his work in a traditional context, and the adaption and evolution of that work in response to outside contact and interest.