Suriname: Personal History

For Paramaribo SPAN, Chris Cozier visits Dhiradj Ramsamoedj’s home to view the artist's Adji (which means ‘maternal grandmother’) Gilas cups and notes: “This is a very personal navigation of his experience — his own memory and relationship to family and place. This processing and reconfiguring defines the current moment in which many contemporary Surinamese artists are proceeding.”

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