Textil Line

"Ira(in)ga(i)na"

2019

The title is a wordplay in basque. Iragana means literally “past”, and iraingaina could be translated as “being above the offences”. Because -this concrete past- talks about the silent offences that we as women, and that we as human, have inhabited some time.

Materials:
Antique lace headresses, camouflage cotton knit, wool felt, polyester stuffing, beads, cotton cord.

Measures:
76cm high, 25cm diameter

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Sculpture created for Hiru Hari Hori exhibition.
The exhibition wonders around the concept of time, this piece is representing my view of the past time.