Bakul: Everyday Baskets from Sabah
Lim Wan Yee, co-founder, The Godown | Emily Wee, co-founder, The Godown | Ling Hao, Architect and Exhibition Curator
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The ‘Bakul: Everyday Baskets from Sabah’ exhibition features a collection of traditional Sabah baskets from Sabahan author and collector, Jennifer P Linggi. Everyday baskets such as Tadang, Reng, Takiding, Wakid, Barait, Saiyon which are used for domestic activity, farming, hunting, gathering and ritualistic practices are among the many bakul on show at this exhibition, which is presented by The Godown. We discuss the idea behind the exhibition and find out all about what’s in store from Lim Wan Yee and Emily Wee who are both co-founders of art centre The Godown, and Ling Hao, an architect and the curator of the exhibition.
Image Credit: Instagram/linghao architects
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: visual arts, History/Heritage, culture
Tags: Bakul, traditional baskets, Sabah baskets, Jennifer Linggi, The Godown, Ling Hao, heritage architecture, The Kampung Legacy, exhibition,