This work by Ellen Lane measures 148cm x 129.5cm and is constructed from many different objects. In its original form it exudes a beautiful energy and is one of the features of o Glass Doors and Bridges Exhibition. Translates beautifully into a giclee print.
“I have done different kimonos in different periods of my career. They represent a figure, quite a non-descript figure that comes and goes in my work. There is a representation of the east through the kimono imagery. The materials are a combination of objects that I find in the land where I make the kimono. In this case here in Bali, there are objects that people use in offerings and festivals that have gone into the Kimono. They may be parts of items that I got when I would go to a store, in their packaging. Kimono Iluh has female energy. Within Kimono Iluh, my interest in Bali is incorporated into her figure. She is ethereal.” E.L
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