Name: 80 x 64, Acrylic on canvas, XXXXXXX, 2000
This man is part of the Hadzabe Tribe in Tanzania; a group who still hunt and gather. Like the San people of Namibia, the Hadzabe speak a clicking language.
Bennett met this man during a two hour hike into a dry river bed in the Rift Valley. The man demonstrated the use of his home-made bow and arrows. The tips of the arrows have poison on them to kill animals such as the dik-dik he had just hunted before Bennett met him. He was wearing a baboon skin around him waist over a pair of shorts and the fur on his head is that of a cerval cat.