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Yours to Discover

Writer
Zinnia Naqvi
Date
2023
Publisher
Self-Published
Format
Literary
ISBN
978-1-71-527793-2
Size
13 × 20 cm
Length
102 pp
Genre
Arts Writing, Essays
Description

This book brings together nine personal explorations and reflections on the author/artists praxis. The essays pertain to the project Yours to Discover (2019-2020), named after the former slogan for tourism Ontario. The writings in this collection focus on grappling with the identity of being an immigrant settler in so-called Canada, fitting into the myth of multiculturalism, and using techniques such as humour, re-performance and family archive to make work palatable for the wider art world. The pieces range in format from research-based, narrative, manifesto, to personal emails.

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