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Pattern Nor Painting
by Ada Van Hoorebeke 

The motifs produced during time-intensive dyeing processes – which uses indigo, urine, and extracts of natural waste materials – are neither conventional fabric nor lace patterns, and they have only a distant relationship to batik painting. Yet, they are simulations and portraits of both.
 
Pattern Nor Painting starts in a batik Workshop in Bantul, Indonesia where an artist reconnects with her blank canvas and the batik techniques she learned from an artist in Serekunda, the Gambia many years ago. As documented in this publication Van Hoorebeke’s installations and performances deftly combine unique textiles and ceramics with production-chain goods, ranging from car parts to strawberry jam. Engaging with ages-old traditions of batik production for present-day communities and settings, her work embodies ancient craft, story-telling, time, female thinking, and above all, a connection to the natural world.

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Language: English, German
Size: 280 x 210 mm
Pages: 191
Illustrations: Color, b/w
Format: Softcover, Dust jacket: Duchesse canvas
ISBN: 978-3-943514-68-1

Texts: Elisabeth Ida Mulyani, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Solvej Helweg Ovesen
Designer: Studio Gretzinger

Artist: Ada Van Hoorebeke
Category: Arte Popular, Artist books, Vormgeving