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Melanie Daniel: Shadow Weaving

Title: Melanie Daniel: Shadow Weaving
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Dance belt
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362-187Hopi woven belt, faja (TK); wool; l. 239 cm., w. 9 cm.; ca. 1880.\Such belts were usually used by women to secure their dress, but on ceremonial occasions men adopted these ...
Ornament in the shape of Karagoz Shadow Puppet, "Hacivat" Character
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Shadow plays were first performed in the Ottoman Empire during the sixteenth century, with the popular form known as Karagöz (Black Eye) developing in the 1600s. These plays were p...
Ornament in the shape of Karagoz Shadow Puppet, "Zenne" Character
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Ornament in the shape of Karagoz Shadow Puppet, "Karagoz" Character
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Ornament in the shape of Karagoz Shadow Puppet, "Laz" Character
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Shadow plays were first performed in the Ottoman Empire during the sixteenth century, with the popular form known as Karagöz (Black Eye) developing in the 1600s. These plays were p...
Ornament in the shape of Karagoz Shadow Puppet, "Bebe Ruhi" Character
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Spatial Poem No. 4
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This edition contains the documentation of Shiomi's "Shadow Event", in which participants were instructed to "project the shadow of the letters S H A D O W of the enclosed film." T...

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