Ramzia Jawara

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'WHAT IS MINE?' Colonisation of Body, Mind and Culture.

  Capitalising on the stereotypes associated with black people; aggression, violence, hyper-sexuality and lack of control; following a journey of dark history following the impact that has been left on the black body and the Global South, with particular focus on the position of the black female in the oppressive, phallocentric racial matrix.

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Switzerland
Geneva
the substance brute project captures unrefined poetry in ordinary places and through daily objects do more with less conception of art
United Kingdom
MAIDSTONE
Normally, my work consists of documenting other people, light underwater or just capturing mundane life. However, while at home in isloation, it made me try other ways of creating work. It forced me to photograph myself when I don't normally like to and I found it to be a very valuable exp...
Bangladesh
Sirajgonj
Shadow of life I was born into a poor family where life means war. We have to fight for survival. Where love is worthless ,Art where luxury only . I am surprised when I look at my reflection. Everyone knows I'm successful today. But no one wants to hear the story behind this success. So I look at my...
United Kingdom
Frome
My love of pictures is deeply entwined with a love of people and is always an ode to great women. Throughout my work portraits of mothers, grandmothers and young women are intrinsic, for it is their stories I wish to tell, beautifully. This project is entitled Heroine, ‘A woman of distinguished cour...
United Kingdom
London
As the UK struggles with Lockdown fatigue during the Covid19 crisis, couples and friends escape their homes to enjoy the warm weather and exercise. Swimmers respect the social distancing rules, cooling off in the River Lea, Hackney , London UK. So to get this shot I went out armed with my 70-200mm l...

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