The Fowler Museum at UCLA presents Gemma Rodrigues discussing African divination objects in the Fowler's permanent exhibition 'Intersections.'
The Fowler’s new curator of African arts, Gemma Rodrigues, examines a selection of African divination objects in Intersections. A close study of works— including a 19th century Opon Ifa, or Yoruba divination tray, a pair of Madebele Senufo divination figurines, and a 19th century Kashekesheke divining instrument from the Congo—reveals the diversity of African cosmological systems and differing concepts of fate, destiny, and causality.
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Cost: Free and open to the public
Pay-by-space and all-day ($10) parking available in lot 4 (enter Westwood Plaza and Sunset Blvd).
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