Phone case | Baratjala | N. Marawili | iPhone

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this listing contains the name and artwork of a deceased person.

The Museum of Contemporary Art and Telstra have worked together to bring art to the public for over twenty years, and are now proud to share a new way for you to take art out of the museum. Made from slim, yet durable silicone, this phone case features a detail from MCA Collection work Baratjala, 2019 by Ms. N. Marawili.

Designed to fit your iPhone perfectly, this gorgeous phone case features a raised bumper to protect your screen from damage when dropped and precise cut-outs for easy access to all your phone's buttons and ports.

Ms. N. Marawili was a senior Yolŋu artist who worked out of Yirrkala in north-east Arnhem Land. Her work is deeply personal and often depicts sites of her Country on the Maarrpa clan estate, a special place where she camped as a child with her family. Her design references the rocks set deep in the water at Baratjala, where Mundukul (the Lightning Snake) resides deep beneath the sea. Find more information on this artwork HERE

Details:
Durable silicone material
Easy to install and remove
Suited for iPhone 15 models only

Ms. N. Marawili, Baratjala (detail), 2019, collagraph and silkscreen, donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program by Dr. Denise Salvestro, 2021

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