Acrylic and sand synthetic on canvas 24"x36"
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© Vidho Lorville

Madoule is the name for the sacred coffin used in the Bizango rituals of the
secret society of the Vodou Sampwel. It is the central point in a ritual of
sacred power for these secret societies, much as the National Palace is the
central point in the rituals of secular power for the Haitian political class.

Collection of George & Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art, New Orleans, Louisiana

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