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stoneware and glaze firing temperature 1230 C

Tattoo or rajah or tedak are one of the essential body decoration cultures in the life of the Dayak community, especially the Kayan Dayak women. Tattoos with those patterns are believed to seep into the bones that have them and become the light of their journey in the afterlife to heaven, where their ancestors were. This work represents a soul or sukma that continues to shine even the death makes the body fade and rot. In the form of organic ceramics as a visual response to the feminine appeal of Dayak Kayan tattoos in the form of decorative lights, presenting, sukma

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Finza Anamica Millenia



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