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Announcing Pimpi Syarly Naomi ‘s Exhibition “私が見たもの WHAT I SAW”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition 私が見たもの WHAT I SAW by Pimpi Syarly Naomi on February 24 (Saturday) & 25 (Sun), as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura.

Pimpi Syarly Naomi is specialized in textile dyeing using Katazome technique based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Completed her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Crafts at Jakarta Institute of Arts.
Her works has been shown in Bandung and Jakarta (Indonesia).

Pimpi is interested in transferring drawing into fabrics pattern. Japanese textile dyeing techniques fascinate her, specially focusing on Katazome, she tries and sees if the same technique could be achievable with local supplies, she passionately tries to translate the technique in her country.

Here are some words from the artist herself.

My work is as a result of searching inspiration by discovering places and objects. The drawings are about what I saw in Itoshima, inspired by some places, and observing the daily surrounding activities around the area. And putting them into playful drawing on to textile using Katazome technique, a traditional Japanese method of dyeing fabrics.

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Pimpi Syarly Naomi “私が見たもの WHAT I SAW”
Date: February 24(Saturday), 25(Sunday), 11:00 to 18:00, free entrance
* We will hold an exhibition opening party and an artist talk on 24th (Sat), starting at 15:30.
* The exhibitions by other current residence artists will be also held on the same dates.

Pimpi Syarly Naomi

Pimpi Syarly Naomi (Indonesia) Residence: February 2018

Pimpi Syarly Naomi is specialized in textile dyeing using Katazome technique based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Completed her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Crafts at Jakarta Institute of Arts.
Her works has been shown in Bandung and Jakarta (Indonesia).

Pimpi is interested in transferring drawing into fabrics pattern. Japanese textile dyeing techniques fascinate her, specially focusing on Katazome, she tries and sees if the same technique could be achievable with local supplies, she passionately tries to translate the technique in her country.

She loves to draw patterns found in natural form around like animals, flowers and leafs.

During her residency period, she wants to explore the objects around Itoshima, she will improve her drawing searching inspiration by discovering places around Studio Kura.
With her playful drawings, she would like to make some crafty projects using Katazome.

– Pimpi Syarly Naomi’s website

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