Textiles of Insana, West Timor
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Textiles of Insana, West Timor women weaving and village development by William G. Coury

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Published by White Lotus Press in Bangkok, Thailand .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Insana (Indonesia),
  • Indonesia,
  • Insana.

Subjects:

  • Textile fabrics -- Indonesia -- Insana.,
  • Textile fabrics -- Economic aspects -- Indonesia -- Insana.,
  • Women weavers -- Indonesia -- Insana.,
  • Insana (Indonesia) -- Economic conditions.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-101) and indexes.

Statementby William G. Coury.
SeriesStudies in the material cultures of Southeast Asia ;, no. 6
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK8880.A3 I573 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 134 p. :
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3376843M
ISBN 109744800526
LC Control Number2004473282

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This aspect, and the likely file support an attribution to Insana, though the asymmetry makes Ambenu, where it is more sought, another good candidate for attribution. Background: Chapters on Timor and West Timor. Sources: Yeager and Jacobson, Textiles of Western Timor, Ch. An Insana beti with a similar motif, but more detailed, is. There are color photographs of textiles from museums and private collections illustrating the rich variety of cloth woven in western Timor. Published by White Lotus Press, Bangkok, Thailand. The island of Timor and particularly West Timor is perhaps the most prolific in the production of a wide variety of traditional textiles that are still used today for rituals and ceremonies. “The diversity of color and types of textiles is what keeps my interest in working with weavers on this island,” says Wenten. Chapters on Timor and West Timor. Compare: Sources: Very similar to beti from Ainiut, Insana, in Yeager and Jacobson, Textiles of Western Timor, Plate However, the authors, on p. , indicate that plain red stripes are a hallmark of Manumain B. See .

  Insana buna textile Biboki ikat textile The YTP Training Young Weavers Program began in late with the help of donations from Australians interested in supporting the continuation of the beautiful weaving traditions of West Timor. This aspect, and the likely file support an attribution to Insana, though the asymmetry makes Ambenu, where it is more sought, another good candidate for attribution. Background: Additional information in chapters on Timor and West Timor. Sources: Yeager and Jacobson, Textiles of Western Timor, Ch. An Insana beti with a similar motif. This textile, called a beti naek, is a two panel textile sewn in the centre and used by a man as a hip ionally textiles of Insana had no buna (supplementary warp wrap patterning) on the man’s hip cloth but only ikat patterning.. In the ’s the queen of Insana shifted the entire weaving production only produce the intricate buna technique throughout the entire textile and. Coury, William Gerard, An exploration of the impact of economic development on Indonesian weavers and their handwoven textiles: Insana, West Timor, Coury, William Gerard, Textiles of Insana, West Timor: Women Weaving and Village Development, Crispin, Geoff, ‘Tales from West Timor’, Ceramics Technical, is November

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