Great Mosque Context

The architecture opens up towards the center of socialization and interaction: the central market. It overlooks the market as well as captures the eye by its grand surface area like the Great Mosque
Sticks in this piece is out of convenience, giving shape and unity to the water carrier as well as giving the strings a placed to be attached to. The Great Mosque of Djenne is pierced by rodier palm sticks for decoration and a platfKelp water carrier (2002)by Eva RICHARDSON | Tasmanian Aboriginal peopleNational Gallery of Australia, CanberraLink to a YouTube videoSticks in this piece is out of convenience, giving shape and unity to the water carrier as well as giving the strings a placed to be attached to. The Great Mosque of Djenne is pierced by rodier palm sticks for decoration and serves as a platform for workers to do repairs if necessary.
Like the Great Mosque of Djenne, a religious figure or symbol is placed upon a platform, giving rise to the work as well as power due to its height and significance.
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