Kalam - Papua New Guinea
Bartholomeuw, Rubin, Gibson, Samson, Patrick & Simbai, Kalam | Nukunt Village, Bismark Range, Central Highlands | Papua New Guinea, 2010
Creativity and self-expression play an important part in Kalam society. Kalam people are known for their elaborate body ornaments and decorations called bilas, which literally means ‘self-decoration’.
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