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© Tinde van Andel, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, Photo: Marlies Lageweg / Marianne Hommersom
© Tinde van Andel, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, Photo: Marlies Lageweg / Marianne Hommersom © Tinde van Andel, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, Photo: Marlies Lageweg / Marianne Hommersom
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Betül Sefika: Crops

Eighteen young Flemish and Dutch authors bring an artefact to life from the Slavery exhibition at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Betül Sefika was inspired for her visual poem by a rice stalk of the Ma Sapi variety, which is directly descended from rice seeds that were smuggled from Africa to Suriname by the enslaved woman Sapali.

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This text was written during a residency at Flemish-Dutch cultural organisation Huis deBuren in association with the Biermans-Lapôtre Foundation.

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