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Hand-building

Stoneware, Glazed 1180°C

Wadasan is a batik motif originating from the city of Cirebon. The word 'wadasan' itself is derived from the Cirebon term, Wadas, to refer to limestones or rocks. Wadasan Motif is mostly applied to batik, depicted using a dark blue color with yellowish-brown stripes and using a light brown background.

‘Wadas’ is a ceramic wall piece inspired by the Wadasan Motif as an approach to transfer the motif (batik) to another medium. There are 12-pieces of handbuild tiles, carved to shape each section of the motif (Wadasan). It is covered with stony-matte texture glaze to objectify the limestones or rocks (wadas).

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