This animation draws on one of the collaborative paintings in the ‘Tamarra’ book. The painting, created by Gurindji artists and Briony Barr through Karungkarni Art is displayed in the School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Queensland. The animation adopts the classic Central Australian style of dot painting which is orientated from an aerial perspective. It tells the story of the collection of termite mound and medicinal plants and their use in aiding Gurindji children’s developmental stages. The animation was created by Karungkarni Art artists, Gurindji school children and Briony Barr using colourful plasticine dots. The re-creation was aerially filmed and brought to life using stop-motion animation by Elle Fredericksen. The project was managed by Felicity Meakins through Karungkarni Art.