Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 8:12 AM

Anniketyni Madian
Woodwork Sculpture
150cm x 150cm x 10cm
Acquisition Date: 2 September 2015
Tebekang means Nature's Beauty in Iban Laut Language, a language of a tribe from a land where Anniketyni comes from, Sarawak of the Borneo Island. The wood carvings are also the reflection of the Sarawak indigeneous aesthetic designs and motives. This is the first of the Tebekang series that has 4 butterfly shaped woodworks. The above photo with Anniketyni is Tebekang No.4. The butterfly symbolises Nature to which the beauty radiates from. This is also Anniketyni's first departure from the usual squares, rectangulars and circle shapes. This work was showcased in a group show (Anniketyni and Paisan) at Artcube Gallery at the Intermark. The other Tebekang series are as follows:


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