Muse is a discovery place for riotous, righteous and resonant feminist poetry that nourishes and gives voice to a rising tide of female resistance—brought to you by Ms. As a systems change consultant, Shah has asked tough questions about domestic violence against women—and the relationships between structural, state, community and interpersonal violence—and then provided transformative research and strategies. Shah wants her poetry to inspire dialogue, center women of color and emphasize the power communities have to create change.
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The picture comes from a private collection in the USA having been acquired from Karachi in the late s. Najmi became an obsession in his paintings, prompting confusion among critics regarding his limited scope. Nevertheless he continued to explore her as a subject in myriad colours and poses.
But both also center white women as the love interest—a concept which, in the complex hierarchy of power and race in America, pays lip-service to the one notion that has shaped the history of South Asian and American culture alike: Whiteness as the ultimate desire, the highest goal in defining oneself as an American. It seems that directors and writers have sought to solve a lack of Asian representation onscreen by casting Asian men opposite white women—but that tack almost inevitably erases interracial relationships between people of color. In choosing an Asian man, these white women also symbolically reject all the white men who have oppressed Asian men for centuries.
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For her new body of work, almost entirely composed of, or engaging with, durational media, such as video and film, Mickalene Thomas has re-created the same intimate, female domestic spaces of communion and solidarity as she sets up in her studio for her photo shoots. Islands of patterned carpet with ottomans covered by the familiar s textiles invite the viewer to sit and interact with versions of her personal library, comprising books by Toni Morrison, Zadie Smith, Alice Walker, and James Baldwin, among others. Conceived as an immersive and interactive environment—Thomas imagined, for example, that people could take home some of the books, but also perhaps add their own to the stacks—they highlight how important critical work is done in these spaces see her interview with Heidi Zuckerman, director of the Aspen Art Museum.
He also is the coordinator of the Media Lab at Jadavpur. He writes on Indian cinema and culture. He edits the Journal of the Moving Image and has recently written and codirected the award-winning Bengali feature film Sthaniya Sambaad Spring in the Colony Subhajit Chatterjee obtained his postgraduate degree in film studies from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, and he completed his doctoral research at the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, Bangalore, India.
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