An award-winning Dutch photographer born in Kenya, Viviane Sassen continues her personal work in South America, in a former Dutch slave village in Suriname. The majority of its inhabitants belong to the Saramacca tribe, isolated from the world, self-sufficient. The sensory, memorial and visual traces take on their full beauty in the everyday customs and daily life in the village, shown poetically in alternating color and black-and-white.
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