Borneo artist (Indonesia)
Tuntun are measuring sticks used when setting up traps to catch wild pigs. The trap includes a bamboo spear and a rattan spring, which is triggered by a wire. The angle of the spear is determined with the help of the tuntun. The small figure at the top of each stick holds magical substances to help attract the animal.
The black cloth bundle in the final image was wedged into the vertical gap between the arms and legs, partially blocking the gap between the elbows and chest. It was removed for picture-taking purposes, and replaced.