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Caroline Rika Winata presenting plain white textile installation works in joint exhibition at Bale Banjar Sangkring

Tinuku ~ Caroline Rika Winata showcase the latest works in a joint exhibition entitled "Bumbon #2 baboon" in the Bale Banjar Sangkring gallery, February 8 until March 11, 2017. The tie-dye batik fashion designers presenting works of installation art titled "To be ..." using material plain white textiles that are not usually done in works created before.

Tinuku Caroline Rika Winata presenting plain white textile installation works in joint exhibition at Bale Banjar Sangkring

Tinuku.com Caroline Rika Winata presenting plain white textile installation works in joint exhibition at Bale Banjar Sangkring

Caroline Rika Winata has showcased recent work in the form of installation artwork titled "To be ..." using plain white color in a joint exhibition at the Bale Banjar Sangkring gallery in Yogyakarta. Favorite fashion designers brought the latest work that is implemented into a fine art.

Five objects plain white linen and pale hanging stands as a figure of the abstract bind a framework. Winata play the folds of fabric that maximized as an accent and creates interpretation upon row of mysterious objects, fabric wrapping the wooden frame hung and stood in a row.

Winata more often experimenting in fashion design women use textile materials which represent many patterned batik colors. But this time presenting the works of abstract art in the gallery in the form of installation art exploration, although still based textiles as repertoire from the beginning occupied.

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Tinuku Caroline Rika Winata presenting plain white textile installation works in joint exhibition at Bale Banjar Sangkring

An artist expresses ideas from personal experiences are reflected in the social reality of the conflict culture which often become issues of women and children. Experience teaches Aboriginal children aged 6-7 years of technical tie die a most memorable experience.

Joint exhibition "Bumbon #2 Baboon" also presents works by Tri Agustina Wahyuningsih, Trien Afriza, Theresia Agustina Sitompul, Wahyu Wiedyardini, Ayu Arista Murti, Dona Prawita Arissuta, G. Prima Puspita Sari, Maria Indriasari, Nadiyah Tunnikmah, Roeayyah Diana, Sari Handayani and Utin Rini.
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