Ma(s)king Her is a dance theater work addressing the absence of women of color in speculative fiction as empowered future beings and journeywomen. Aligned with AfroSurrealism and Black feminist thought, this modern folktale emphasizing the urgency of creating alternative worlds and economies of value and need, particularly for women of color in a world that often subjugates their collective presence to silence and/or invisibility.
Handbound at Candor Arts.
Each copy is signed and numbered in an edition of 50.
Dimensions: 7 x 8.25 x 1", 212 pages
Materials: Hardcover book, foil Stamped cover, spine, and back cover on duo-tone fabric
Candor Arts (West Town)
Candor Arts is a Chicago-based resource and independent publisher of artist books. Their published authors share personal accounts of their lives and offer therapeutic perspectives on learning and healing. Their projects are always derived from human experience and often address social issues in contemporary society.
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