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'Bricolage' gives artists chance to focus and hone talents


Anniketyni with a few of her works, which incorporate elements of the Sarawakian pua kumbu textiles. She sits in the middle of her biggest piece, the 16ft Kara Jangkit.

Anniketyni with a few of her works, which incorporate elements of the Sarawakian pua kumbu textiles. She sits in the middle of her biggest piece, the 16ft Kara Jangkit.

The latest Rimbun Dahan exhibition is a tribute to diversity and talent

The word “bricolage” is not one you usually hear in everyday conversation, and that is a pity. The word evokes cooperation and diversity, of bringing forth the beautiful from the offbeat. Its definition, after all, is the artistic or literary construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.

   

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