Lakandanup & the Banana Blossom
by Dennis Madamba
Matte archival print
8x10" – $15
12x16" – $35
About the artwork:
Lakandanup is a deity from the Kapampangan folklore of the Philippines, who represents famine and death. Appearing in a serpent-like form during a solar or lunar eclipse, she is said to wither crops and consume human shadows.
Find more of Dennis Madamba's work here.
About the End is Nigh:
The End is Nigh is an exhibition about the Allegories, Symbols, Stories, Characters, and Rituals surrounding death -- we wanted to investigate everything we can about how cultures and societies prepared for, honored, symbolized, and spoke about the great sleep. View the full exhibition here.