Ethiopia isn’t about the color blue but primary colors, pure colors. I associate Ethiopia with pure colors, blues, greens, vermilion. These are immaculate, clear, crisp colors. They do not mix in the images: the wall is one color and the sky is another. But that isn’t the reason I made Ethiopia. Those are the visual characteristics of the work that I returned with, but that isn’t the reason I went there.
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