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Installation: Silk fabrics, wooden bar, video.

Three long, semi-transparent curtains form a large screen. On each side of the curtains, a video is projected. The videos are projected onto the curtains, each representing a member of the artist's family. All we can see are mouths singing a nursery rhyme called Fiyet Lalo. The rhyme is about Haiti's national security volunteers during the Duvalier dictatorship. A time notorious for the violence the country suffered, and for the many injustices between different social classes.

The artist would like to thank the members of her family for their constant support and contribution to this work.



© Installation view of the exhibition Habiter le monde, curated by Moridja Kitenge Banza at Centre Clark

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