lamo indak basuo (long time no see)
Textile art "lamo indak basuo" as a whole explains the tradition of a woman using a three-tiered kungkai tengkuluk commonly used by women in Merangin district used in daily necessities. This tengkuluk has a meaning as a place to accommodate the scattered and scattered elected awaiting her lover who was going to sea. It can be exposed to the expression of a closed woman like the expectation of something, both hands holding the upper chest of the place where the heart is. The woman awaits the heart with a high expectation to return. The sea is not depicted with the sea, but the writer describes it with rocks using denim and coconut trees, many coconuts growing around this coast make the symbol of the sea. The flowers that are above the female head and the carefree motifs that adorn the work have a symbol of beauty, and happiness. While waiting for the lover there is a feeling of joy and happiness when remembering it will come back.