Kanaga mask with projecting plank, triangular eyeholes and triangular cut-out decoration. Painted white, black and blue (the blue is very friable) in geometric patterns, with the number 2 on the plank. The plank has two sets of four holes for attaching the arm pieces; there is a rope netting behind the head section.
Mask commissioned for the younger brother of AguidÃ© to dance at the Ireli Dama of 1999. Two kanaga were commissioned from the same artist. The mask was painted by AguidÃ©. The number two was added after a debate amongst youths of this quarter as to who was the best dancer.