Back in 1955 French cultural anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss0 published Tristes Tropiques, a book documenting his encounters with Brazilian tribes. Some 65 years later, artists Laurence Aëgerter & Ronald van Tienhoven set out for a reenactment with a group of inhabitants from Beetsterzwaag, a village in the region of Frysia (NL).
The photo's learn us that, although we might feel our lives differ greatly from those of our ancestors, some of the most important aspect of life remain unchanged.
Get the book here. Related theme: Back to the Tribe, Forward to Nature.
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