Double-crossing a River

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Double-crossing a River

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This Indian folktale is depicted by a silk cloth and hand lettered font that runs across the book. The reader needs to cross the river several times to get the plot of the story. Which incidentally is about sixteen not-so-wise, wise men trying to cross the river.

Legend has it that this folktale was created to convert locals into Christianity in the early 17th century.

Size: Closed 8.5” X 8.5” Open 8.5” X 27.5”

Pages: 3 leaves

Materials: Card, silk cloth, metal and glass beads

Edition size: 100

Editions: 1

Date: 2005

Production: Screen-printing, hand assembly

© 2005 by Priya Pereira

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