The wonder was visible in eyes a few days ago, when the doors of the National Museum of Mali opened to visitors, impatient to discover the exhibitions concocted by the teams of the Bamako Encounters. In line with the theme “Streams of Consciousness” imagined by the Artistic Director of this 12th edition, Dr. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, a scenography full of poetry invited the public to stroll between two structures made of oblique wooden planks arranged so as to suggest the movement of the waves, then along a wooden river crossing the exhibition hall and around which stood bamboo tipis...
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