Because of Hair; The Dichotomy of Culture and Identity

Notes

Using memories of her experience of masquerades in Nigeria, the artist employs movement and masks of hair as power objects, which conceal and reveal the black body, the black female.

Artist / Author Vivian Chinasa Ezugha
Reference P3180
Date 2017
Type Publication

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