Muma Padurii (Baba Yaga)

by Oana Tudose Denmark

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Frame not included. Hanging hardware included.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 90x20x70
Unique Pieces Material : felted wool, Metallic Threads, Natural Dyed, sheep wool, textile hardener
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This piece is a visual representation of the mother of the forest in Romanian folk tales.

The piece is part of the series entitled “The Archaic Imaginary” and investigates Romanian mythological stories and rituals through the creation of contemporary masks subtracted of the wearer’s power. Each piece is inspired by a different story from the Romanian folklore repertoire visualizing the esoteric meanings of isolated cultural experiences and actions.

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Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 95 × 25 × 75 cm
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About the designer

Oana Tudose (b. 1987, Romania) graduated Piet Zwart Institute interior architecture and retail design master’s degree and has worked independently at the intersection of space, design, and visual art since 2014. Her works explore different mediums such as textiles, painting, drawing, and poetry while researching themes of mysticism, mythology, and identity. Her current textile paintings stem from ongoing research of the place where she grew up: Gorj region of Romania. By using a discarded biodegradable material, she creates images and personifications of her childhood forest as they existed in her memory but also in the local archaic rituals and mythological characters. The childhood forest becomes a sacred place where memory and imagination could co-exist.

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