The interlaced sculptures, process of systematic manual labor, are done to be worn by the artist in performances and becomes a fragile light heavy armour ported over female sholders as a metaphor of resistance. This woven narratives are regarded as a substitution for a woman’s voice, weaving can portray what words cannot say.
Weaving is a dynamic activity in literature that has served as a platform for gender ideology. Weaving is a mystery within woman’s sphere, an activity symbolic of female expression.
“NAPIR-ASU” is a woven paper investiture made from vintage documentation on brass and copper archeaological pieces displaced pieces from Persian, Summer & Assur Empires and belong to a series of works on paper alluded to emblematic women from the classical world.
Woven paper investiture from vintage documentacion on brass archeaological displaced pieces from Persian, Summer & Assur Empires.
150 cm w x 180 cm h x 40 cm depth
NAPIR ASU – PHOTO
Performative photo with woven paper investiture from vintage documentacion on brass archeaological displaced pieces from Persian, Summer & Assur Empires.
120 cm w x 180 cm
edition of 5 +2ap