To the Roots: Me, My Brother, Heroin and Iboga
In July 2018 we met at the airport, my brother and I. We were bound for Portugal, where my brother was about to undergo treatment for his heroin addiction.
A visual essay following an Ibogaine treatment.
By artist and curator, Sagit Mezamer
The imagery in this essay is taken from drawings and photographs from Mezamer's new artwork - The Mother of Opium.
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