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Zoom A close up showing the detailed design on this white and gold textile sculpture by Jennifa Chowdhury, created to portray peace, purity and godliness.
Zoom Photograph of the Vessels of Festivals, Devotion and Celebration by Jennifa Chowdhury at an art exhibition showcasing Textile art.
Zoom Photograph of the vessels of Festivals, Celebration and Devotion, by British-Bengali, Textile Fine artist, Jennifa Chowdhury, inspired by Islamic Art.

Vessel of Devotion | Textile Sculpture

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Unique, White and Gold Laser Cut, Hanging Textile Sculpture

150cm x 20cm x 20cm
Acrylic Felt, Powertex, Gold Thread and Copper

Original piece.

 

 

Jennifa Chowdhury is a textile artist based in Winchester. Having grown up in a South Asian family, living in Northern England, Jennifa has grown up with a rich cultural background. Chowdhury has beautifully combined her cultural heritage with her studies in Textiles to produce incredible art pieces which touch upon a multitude of disciplines including sculpture, graphic design, collage, fine art and of course, textile design.

Vessel of Devotion | Textile Sculpture

$1,613.81

NOTE FROM THE ARTIST

"The white and gold vessel captures peace, purity and godliness while reimagining the fluid and graceful movements and patterns of ‘Alpana’ motifs and traditional lace patterns. The vessel is constructed by laser cut felt coated with ‘Powertex’ (a fabric hardener) and held together by gold intersection stitch.

The vessel encapsulates Jennifa’s childhood memories and identity, the three-dimensional vessels are both encapsulating and projecting, internalising and externalising, public and private, whilst exploring Muslim, Bengali and Western cultures. To reveal a conceptual link capturing the identity and femininity of my mother and other mothers—me, you, us. The Vessel visually expresses the cultural boundaries and the uniqueness of the female gender- outside looking in, the viewer's interaction with light/shadows projection around the installations.

This has allowed her to plunge deeper and acknowledge the multiplicity of cultures belonging to several groups and consequently having several identities and even loyalties. This has consciously and sometimes subconsciously directed her personal life decisions and choices."

- Jennifa Chowdhury


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