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During the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-between spaces of immigrant life were made more acute for Bukola Koiki than ever. Searching for the feeling of home during the seemingly endless isolation of that time, she found herself comforted in abstracted forms and shapes of houses. The Pull was made in response to her yearning for Nigeria and beloved family members.
American Craft Podcast also thanks our host and producer Sarah Rachel Brown from perceivedvaluepodcast.com. Follow @sarahrachelbrown.
Music is produced by Hamilton Boyce. Find him at hamiltonboyce.com and follow @hamiltonboyce.
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