Loss and Transcendence in African Art: Toward an Understanding of the “blolo bian” figure in Baule “colonial art.”

Loss and Transcendence in African Art: Toward an Understanding of the “blolo bian” figure in Baule “colonial art.”

African "colonial art" can capture, encapsulate and instruct us all about the psycho-social impact of European colonial conquest and rule.

  • Posted on: 3 February 2020
  • By: CCRA

This program (EV&N # 337) was recorded on 2 February 2020 at 4:30 pm.

For some background and context for this video essay, see: Grief, Loss and Transcendence: Baule “blolo bian” Carvings & the Quest for Personal Meaning in The Wake of Collective Defeat. Click here to view streaming version of program in a separate window (with enlarged, full-screen option). Click here to see BeLive EV & N series Sequence. The program is listed in "Transition Studies" with the title Grief, Loss and Transcendence: Baule “blolo bian” Carvings & the Quest for Personal Meaning in The Wake of Collective Defeat

This program (EV&N #337) is available on the Google Docs website for downloading after its initial recording and broadcast on CCTV, and on YouTube