Stones Have Laws2018
Stones Have Laws (2018)
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A serious exploration into the nature of reparation and how the west look at and learn about cultures born out of colonialist aggression.
It renders truth and history into a vernacular at once free and formalised, jubilant and ironic.
It is a rarefied work intended for a specialised audience - but on those terms Stones Have Laws is highly compelling.
Stones Have Laws is a painstakingly reverent picture of a Maroon community in Suriname.
Through collective authoring and by blending the telling of traditional stories into more typically observational ethnographic documentary practices, Stones Have Laws feels like a genuine attempt to honour the Maroon way of passing knowledge.
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