The third hall, called 'The Act of Domination'
highlights the functional-utilitarian conversion of
materials - starting with the craft of knitting and
dyeing the palm leaves, weeds and straws
(using simpler or more sophisticated
techniques), continuing with the craft of
processing animal skins (using specific
traditional techniques) and of transforming
them into household items or clothes (always
splendidly decorated), without forgetting the
various tools, wooden containers or those
made of fruit, up to the 'fire crafts', such as
metal processing or ceramics.