Joy Garlbin

Biography

Joy Garlbin is a Kunibidji and Kuninjku artist whose work prodominately features the Djomi djang site. She started to make mimih spirit figures under the apprenticeship of Crusoe Kurddal in the 2000s.  Exhibiting since 2004, her work is also held in the Queensland Gallery of Art.

She is a Traditional Owner of the Maningrida township and been highly politically active in protecting her country.

Languages

Ndjébbana

From

Manayangkarírra

Community

Maningrida : NT

Moiety

Yirrichinga

Date of birth

1959-12-31

Clan

Dukúrrdji

Artworks


Collections

  • Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia