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Uploaded on Feb 23, 2007
Khalid kodi, A NUBA VILLAGE OF FIRE:
A village of fire is a drawing that I composed at the international art colony of ART OMI in New York in 2001-2002. The Village of Fire is one of the largest drawings in the world; it occupies a field the size of two football stadiums. The drawing was created over a period of three weeks, requiring intensive labor, 12-16 hours a day of continuous work. The images were done using fire against grass.
The images detail the everyday life in Sudanese Nuba villages as they are facing genocide. The scenes are of different activities of the people, of houses, trees and animals, such as cows, dogs, goats, butterflies, birds, etc.