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EGUNGUN ENSEMBLE  "Massive interlaces on beaded panels both front and back proclaim that the past, present and future are part of the infinite cycle of existence: birth, life, departure, return. They recall the whirling return of the past into the present, and simultaneously, the  spiraling outward departure on new life journeys into the future."

EGUNGUN ENSEMBLE "Massive interlaces on beaded panels both front and back proclaim that the past, present and future are part of the infinite cycle of existence: birth, life, departure, return. They recall the whirling return of the past into the present, and simultaneously, the spiraling outward departure on new life journeys into the future."

Africa | Mask Ensemble of the Kuosi Society Member. Bamileke people, Cameroon | ca. 19th - 20th century | Fabric, monkey fur, glass beads, feathers, reeds, string, horsetail, ivory

Africa | Mask Ensemble of the Kuosi Society Member. Bamileke people, Cameroon | ca. 19th - 20th century | Fabric, monkey fur, glass beads, feathers, reeds, string, horsetail, ivory

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Publication: 1913. Colle, Pierre. Les Baluba (Congo Belge), Vol. II.	  Original language: French	  Caption translation: Sorcerer Dancer (Kif...

Publication: 1913. Colle, Pierre. Les Baluba (Congo Belge), Vol. II. Original language: French Caption translation: Sorcerer Dancer (Kif...

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