Batik Design: An Aesthetic That Reflects Life
Description Batik is a type of traditional Indonesian handcrafted textile that emerged in the Java region in the early nineteenth century and became widespread across Indonesia in the mid 1980s. Batik is made by applying dots and lines of hot wax to cloth using a copper pen or stamp and then placing the cloth in a dye bath. The earliest reference to batik is found in the text of Siksa Kanda in ad 1517. Batik patterns are inspired by social status, local community, nature, history, and cultural heritage. Batik is an art form that promotes cultural diversity, cultural industries, and human creativity through its symbolic and cultural values.
Manage No VI00000125 Running Time 00:26:14
Country Indonesia
Videos Photographer Kurnia Yudha F. Year 2019
Place File Size 5,934
Definition File Format mp4
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