“فاتتك عروض تشويش، أو لسه بتفكر فيها، عملنالك الفيديو ده فلاش باك ! تشويش: لقاءات وعروض فنية في النسوية من المنطقة العربية وأوروبا. القاهرة من ٦ إلى ١٢ نوفمبر Did you miss TASHWEESH events? Or maybe you are still thinking of it? We made for you this flashback! TASHWEESH: Conversations and Performances in Feminism from […]Read More TASHWEESH!!!
💚💚💚 Glad to be participant of #TASHWEESH from 8th to 12th November 2018 in #Cairo #Egypt Great encounters and conversations in Art And Feminism. “Zofff, rsssshhhh, tschh, wssshhh, tashshshsweeshh! If we think of feminism today, we hear a multiplicity of sounds. How can we shake up the stereotypes on women, women representation and gender on both sides of the #Mediterranean? […]Read More “TASHWEESH” Cairo, Egypt!
“Let’s play Hopscotch” Is an Interactive-Art-Installation by Mo Maria, Dimensions 3 per 4 M, In a part speaks about accumulation of weight / power and the territorial from a feminist point of view , it aims to record or questions weight/power in patriarchal society , it questions the position of female body that has no space […]Read More “Let’s play Hopscotch”
Inchiostro e pietra #3 è disponibile online! http://www.inchiostroepietra.org/ http://www.inchiostroepietra.org/…/u…/2015/06/ink3-final.pdf http://www.inchiostroepietra.org/download/ Contribution Mo Maria Sarkis Page 29Read More Thinking about a nice memory !
“Let’s play Hopscotch” Interactive Art Installation by Mo Maria “Let’s play Hopscotch” in a part speaks about accumulation of weight / power and the territorial from a feminist point of view , it aims to record or questions weight/power in patriarchal society , it questions the position of female body that has no space to […]Read More “Let’s play Hopscotch” Art-Installation
‘The second issue of Makhzin will relate to the current research focus of 98weeks : Feminisms. That is, an inquiry into the political and artistic stances of feminism, spanning third wave, post-colonial, and post-humanist approaches. Influenced by a prolific history of feminist/queer literary experimentation, Makhzin seeks contributions in both English and Arabic. Whether prose or […]Read More Makhzin and Feminism