The eloquent dead : ancestral sculpture of Indonesia and Southeast Asia / edited by Jerome Feldman.
Contributor(s): Feldman, Jerome Allen | University of California. Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural HistoryLanguage: English Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Museum of Cultural History, University of California, Los Angeles, 1985.Description: 208p. : diagrs., map, photos (some col.) ; 28cm.
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Published in conjunction with an exhibtion held at the UCLA Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, 8 October 1985 to 24 November 1985.
Bibl.: p. 199-204.
Contents: Ancestors in the art of Indonesia and Southeast Asia / Jerome Feldman; Ancestral manifestations in the art of Nias Island / Jerome Feldman; Ancestors and living men among the Batak / Elisabeth L. Cameron; The significance of ancestors in the arts of the Dayak of Borneo / Eugenia Sumnik-Dekovich; The soul that is seen: the tau tau as shadow of death, reflection of life in Toraja tradition / Eric Crystal; Korwar of the Biak / Wilhelm G. Solheim II; Ancestor motifs of the Paiwan /Elisabeth L. Cameron; Magamog: benevolent ancestor of the Yami / Elisabeth L. Cameron and Eugenia Sumnik-Dekovich; Catalogue: Lesser Sundas and Moluccas Philippines, Madagascar; Appendix : A Toraja house from Tondon / Eric Crystal.