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About the Work

 

FROM: AFRICA VI, The Tuareg, The Sahara Desert, Mali, 2005-2009

The Tuareg are a nomadic tribe who’ve inhabited the vast Sahara Desert for 4,000 years. They are nominally Muslim and primarily practice Animism: The worship of nature, spirits and jinn. Their traditional dress is non-religious and predates Islam and the Christian Judeo era. The flowing clothes protect the wearer from sun, sand, heat, and wind. The Tuareg are a strong and proud people with an enhanced resiliency and determination due to their harsh environment. The mirror reflections magnify this strength and beauty, illustrating their connection to the Sahara. 

Jinn

By Elisabeth Sunday

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