Lindy Lee | Silk Scarf | Conflagrations from the End of Time
This item is currently out of stock, it will be available again in approximately 2 weeks. Orders placed after 27/2/21 will be dispatched as soon as stock arrives.
This stunning scarf offers you the special opportunity to wrap yourself in the ethereal beauty of Australian artist Lindy Lee. Lose yourself and be at one with the moment as you envelop yourself in in this fine Australian made silk scarf. The scarf is a complete reproduction of Conflagrations from the end of time (matter as motion's form), 2011. This piece of wearable art has been created exclusively in a limited run for the MCA Store in collaboration with artist Lindy Lee to celebrate the exhibition: Moon in a Dew Drop (on display at the MCA until 28 February, 2021).
Lee’s art is an extension of her practice of Buddhist meditation. The 4.5-metre-tall hanging scrolls in Conflagrations from the end of time resemble strips of the universe: star-studded skies and meteor showers brought down to earth and imprinted on lengths of paper. In these works, which conjure with the infinite and eternal presence of the cosmos, Lindy Lee contemplates the Zen Buddhist precepts of the material and immaterial, light and darkness, and the notion of emptiness.
A wonderful gift that will be a valuable addition to any art lovers wardrobe, or display it in your home.
You can learn more about the art work HERE.
Size: 180 x 50cm
Material: 100% Silk Crepe de Chine
Silk Scarf | Tjulpu by Nyanu Watson | One of Twelve
This stunning 10 % Silk Scarf features the artwork Tjulpi by Nyanu Waston. A perfect gift of wearable art to adorn your neck, upstyle your hair, or hang on the wall...
Silk Scarf | Double/Negative | Cornelia Parker | MCA
You can view the limited edition Double Negative face mask here. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Kit Grover and British artist Cornelia Parker, proudly present a limited-edition statement scarf based...
Bandana | Johanna Jackson | The Thing Quarterly
Featuring the work of Los Angeles-based artist Johanna Jackson whom makes paintings and poems. The words on this bandana are a poem made up of language collected from the half-asleep/half-awake...