Keith Wikmunea


Keith Wikmunea was born in 1967 in Aurukun.
He was raised in Aurukun by his parents. 
Keith is from Wik-Alken (mother’s side) and Wik-Mungkan (father’s side).
His totems are the White Cookatoo, and Goanna from his father’s side and the Galah and Frilled-neck lizard from this mother’s side.
Keith’s country is Kencherang (father’s side) which is north from Aurukun.
There’s a large freshwater lagoon there. During the wet season the saltwater comes up the creek during the high tides.  
There is one large creek that comes into the country which splits out into my mother’s country called Ti-tree.
When the freshwater breaks out in the wet season it joins
with the creek at Kencherang and connects to the saltwater. 
Keith belongs to the Apalech clan from his father’s side.
His mother’s side is the Winchanum clan.
As an artist Keith is passionate about passing on his creative and cultural knowledge to future generations.

Courtesy of Wik and Kugu Art Centre.

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Keith Wikmunea and Heather Koowootha

Yuk Wuy Min Ngantamp

24 June — 30 August 2022