Although the handcraft technology has been largely left invisible throughout the centuries, women possess a long history of intimacy with strings, needles, pieces of cloth, looms, scissors. The industrial technology caused an almost everlasting detachment from manual work. However, little by little those with abilities of manual embroidery, weaving, lace and many other manual crafts arose again, initiating a thinking pattern which leads us to contemplation.
In Brazil, just as in many other parts of the world besides Mexico, there are admirers of Frida Kahlo and all of her works.
In the recognition of knowledge produced in the manual craft, we highlight the beautiful and the useful ? as pointed out by Otávio Paz (1979). In that sense, we make way for an embroidress who was infatuated and inspired by the history of that painter.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Casa Leiria (Edição Digital)|
|Início da Venda||10/07/2014|
|Formato Livro Digital|
|Tamanho do Arquivo||4954|
|Número de Páginas||24 (aproximado)|
|Autor||Edla Eggert; Ivone Junqueira|