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Narcisse Santores Tchandeu

From ‘Collective Anonymity’ to ‘Individual Mark’ Rediscovering African Art as a Model for Participatory, Interactive and Environmentalist Education
The question of artistic or arts-based education, learning, and training has all too often only been posed and concerned with the performance of institutions inherited from the colonial period, as if ancient African societies were foreign to it. This undoubtedly justifies a certain disconnection between the current art system and the public to a point where the idea of art as an activity strictly practiced by white people has increasingly become attached to its social life.