Remembering Names: Reflections from Kenya
Copyright © 2009 by Andrew Kooman
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Earlier, when I walked into the front room of the small mud hut, I snapped some photos. The simplicity of the six mahogany chairs, dark and geometric set around a stark table with no other decoration seemed perfect for a studio apartment in New York or Vancouver, something out of next year’s Ikea catalogue purchased by comfortably effeminate trend shoppers born in a world post fascism, communism, Stalin, Hitler, even God, and whose European sensibilities please their North American lovers or wives.