Textiles from Borneo: Iban, Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang Peoples

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Ceremonial textiles play a central role in many Southeast Asian cultures. Particularly for the Iban and their neighbours Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang, weaving represents the major form of creative and artistic activity. This book brings together an unparalleled selection of such fabrics, collected by Heribert Amann over 30 years of journeys and research. Richly illustrated, it includes examples of most types of textile, showing an impressive sophistication and diversity of techniques and creativity. Photographs by famous German photographer, Hedda Morrison, illustrate the context and significance of these beautiful weavings.

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Ceremonial textiles play a central role in many Southeast Asian cultures. Particularly for the Iban and their neighbours Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang, weaving represents the major form of creative and artistic activity. This book brings together an unparalleled selection of such fabrics, collected by Heribert Amann over 30 years of journeys and research. Richly illustrated, it includes examples of most types of textile, showing an impressive sophistication and diversity of techniques and creativity. Photographs by famous German photographer, Hedda Morrison, illustrate the context and significance of these beautiful weavings.

 

Publisher: 5 Continents

Hardback

2019

ISBN: 9788874396511