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A collection of tjanpi (woven fibre) and purnu (carved wood) sculptures, and other objects from the Warakurna community, feature in the exhibition, Warakurna: All the Stories Got into our Minds and Eyes. Like the paintings, the sculptural works are dynamic and innovative and make a vital contribution to the life and economy of Western Desert communities