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EMILIA-AMALIA Session I: Chapbook 2 Translation/Annotation

Date
2017
Publisher
EMILIA-AMALIA
Format
Anthologies
Size
12.6 × 19 × 0.4 cm
Length
40 pp
Genre
Feminist Theory, Contemporary Art
Description

EMILIA-AMALIA is a Toronto-based feminist exploratory working group. Initiated in 2016, the group meets monthly to examine and employ practices of citation, annotation, questioning, interviewing and autobiography as strategies for activating feminist art, writing and research.

This chapbook is a partial record of the conversations, texts, images and output the meetings have generated and engaged with. Featuring work by Zinnia Naqvi, Sophie Le-Phat Ho, Helen Cho.

We are all experts.
No one is an expert.
Expertise is not expected.

www.emilia-amalia.com

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