The village as a yard. All space in traditional Marroon village is open space. It doesn't mean it is accessible for everyone. Certain zones are for specific and private customs, so a visitor is not welcome here. Somehow it feels like one shared space. How does the village adapt to modernity? Is the traditional set up only possible for a traditional lifestyle? Everyone is linked to one another, it feels like a big family. The villages are very densely built, a house is very close to its neighbors. Everything is to be shared.... There is an issue with privacy that you notice when you visit the village as guest. You feel like an invader... in someone else's private space.