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The type of feathers are chosen based on the meaning of the headdress.
Rikbaktsa people make their adornments according to its meaning and the species of the bird represents one of its two clans, called Makwaraktsa and Hazobiktsa.

Here the feathers of an endemic bird called Mutum Carijó are attached one by one to the strecthed string.

Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00
Framed Print: $1,982.31
Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle William Turner® 310gsm
Frame Colour: Brown
Exhibit: POS AD 175 05

 

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The type of feathers are chosen based on the meaning of the headdress.
Rikbaktsa people make their adornments according to its meaning and the species of the bird represents one of its two clans, called Makwaraktsa and Hazobiktsa.

Here the feathers of an endemic bird called Mutum Carijó are attached one by one to the strecthed string.
يتمّ اختيار نوع الريش استناداً إلى المعنى الذي تكتسبه عُصابة الرأس.
يصنع أفراد الريكباكتسا زينتهم وفقاً لمعنى معيّن ويمثل نوع الطير إحدى العشيرتين وهما ماكواراكتسا وهازوبيكتسا.

هنا، يتمّ ربط الريش العائد إلى طيرٍ مستوطن يُطلق عليه اسم القراز بالخيط المطاط.

Photographer:
Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00

Framed Print: $1,982.31

Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AD 175 05

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