Tikar as Verb

I-Lann Yee, Lucy Davis

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Abstract

The conversation weaves through a series of feminist, collaborative art projects that have been initiated by Yee and which are situated in and through practices of tikar (woven mat) making. I-lann’s practice resonates with themes pertaining to: ecologies, materialities, collaborative practices, decolonisation and the politics of display of vernacular craft in contemporary art contexts. However, perhaps most importantly, this conversation also includes a series of thick descriptions; anecdotes and precious primary material, situated in historic and contemporary worlds that might be hosted by a tikar.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Sun will Rise in the East
PublisherRogueArt
ISBN (Print)978-967-2807-18-6
Publication statusPublished - 2023
MoE publication typeB2 Book section

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