Catia’s work is inspired by the intense colours of our northern landscapes. The MURUJUGA cultural landscape contains one of the densest concentrations of petroglyphs in the world. With more than one million images the vast range of rocks and vibrant colour is a vision that stays with you. The first nations people of the Burrup Peninsula were the Yarburara people. Between February and May 1869 the Yarburara people were killed in an incident known as the Flying Foam Massacre. I hope we can work with traditional custodians to Stand Up for the Burrup and continue to advocate for its inclusion as a World Heritage Site.