Alida Rodrigues, Welwitschia mirabilis (n’tumbo, tumboa in Angolan, !kharos (Nama/Damara), nyanka (Damara), onyanga (Herero), Wallpaper, Saffron (Crocus sativus.L.) from the Arabic Za’faran or Persian word Zarparan, embroidery; Plantain (Musa x acuminata) (kluai in Thailand, pisang in Malaysia and Indonesia, saging in the Philippines, chiao in China, or chiao in Vietnam), Plantain embroidery 2021. Photograph Anna Lukala, courtesy the artist and Focal Point Gallery
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