This powerful textile with fascinating motifs shows off the weaving art of Rindi, East Sumba, at its best. The kurangu motif is a crayfish. Its long claws function as a reminder to the community that it is important to reach out and help each other in work. Above these motifs against a stunning red backdrop are karihu seashells that signify both that the ancestors came to Sumba across the breadth of the ocean, and that the ocean is full of beauty.
Information about the makers will be supplied with each cloth. Warp ikat, two panels sewn together, commercial cotton, natural dyes, kabakil striped edging and twisted fringe. Ikat tied, dyed and woven in Sumba, 2022. Size 284 x 114 cm / 112 x 45 in
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