Reconstruction of Sasak Traditional Weaving Tools

  • Lucky Wijayanti Institut Kesenian Jakarta
Keywords: weaving, exploration, looms,, artwork

Abstract

This research is to examine the making of non-machine weaving devices based on the traditional weaving tools used by the Sasak tribe. These new devices will help manufacture looms of new variants using wood. Looms that are made of wood can use a knock-down system so that it will make it easier for the weavers to work. This article will explain the reconstruction of a new loom that will alow women to learn how to weave in a good, appropriate and ergonomic way.

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Author Biography

Lucky Wijayanti, Institut Kesenian Jakarta

Faculty of Fine Arts

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Published
2019-01-17
How to Cite
Wijayanti, L. (2019). Reconstruction of Sasak Traditional Weaving Tools. Proceeding of International Conference on Visual Culture and Urban Life, 246-252. Retrieved from https://proceeding.senirupaikj.ac.id/index.php/xvicture/article/view/20