Inspired by Pre- historic mythology of the maternal clans of the Serer people. (Origin - Gambia, Senegal, Mauritania.) - The Serer people believed in a female god ‘Pangol’ who ruled alongside female priestesses. The only way one could join these powerful clans is if they were blood relatives to the priestesses - which is why they were called the Matriclans.
5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Ndeyfatou Ceesay is an African artist from The Gambia. Inspired by mysticism, spirituality, and human connection; expressing herself through art. She adores the freedom of being able to create. A common theme that runs through much of her work is the power of women, and the efforts in society to control this power. In her West African culture, gender discourse is extremely patriarchal. Women are supposed to be pretty, meek and compliant. She is none of those things. Her art is a way to express her most authentic self and she hopes it speaks to you too.
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