Brendon Dirdi

Brendon Dirdi

Skin name: Nawamud
Language: Kunwinjku
Dreaming: Yirridjdja
Clan: Djok
Date of birth: 1984-11-03
From: Kubaledjawuy
Community: Oenpelli : NT



Brendon Dirdi is the son of Elaine and Phillip Dirdi. He was taught to paint by his grandfather (mamam, mother’s father), the well known painter Thompson Yulidjirri. 
Brendon has an affinity with digital media, and has worked on the Community Stories database and with photography drones as part of an NT Libraries project at Injalak Arts.
He has also worked for DEMED, the outstation resource centre in Gunbalanya, servicing and maintaining outstations in the West Arnhem area. His country is Kubaledjawuy, on the Liverpool River near Momega, and his mother’s country is Namardankardayi near Kabbari.   

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