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Nathalie Mba Bikoro’s performance of “The Uncomfortable Truth”.
"Nathalie performs from memory as an agent to engage in political issues. The Gold leaf and dust unfolds a representation of the sacred "Other". When Nathalie was travelling through Gabon, she had met a group of child workers living in gold mines scavenging for the minerals. The artist contests against the illegal workforce of children instead of encouraging education and social infrastructures to strengthen communities. Our bodies as symbols also remains the object of labour, modern human slavery, whether physical or mental. The image here acts as a reaction against these industries some newly founded that have been catastrophic in the degenerations of communities, social spaces and the deforestation of the local environment that has so much affected people as well as natural fauna.
Gold mines deep deep deep deep deep into the darkness we dig. Dig for gold, dig for exploration, dig or truth, dig for survival.” - Nathalie Bikoro
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