African Art - 2 Architecture
African art is a collection of artistic expressions produced by the peoples of sub-Saharan Africa throughout history. The African continent hosts a wide variety of cultures, each characterized by its own language, traditions and characteristic artistic forms. Although the vast expanse of the Sahara desert acts as a natural dividing barrier between North Africa and the rest of the continent, there is considerable evidence confirming a whole series of influences between both areas through trade routes that crossed Africa since ancient times.
Architecture reflects the interaction between nature, economy and density of population. It is not monumental, but provisional and basic. It is based in daily life use. There aren’t temples, just sculptures in the exterior to make the evilness go away. Poor materials, specially mud.