‘Cloth’ Video Art Piece By LSE Students Will Make You Question Your Assumptions About The Veil

Huff Post —

A veil is just a piece of cloth, but it often takes on enormous political and social implications that can fail to take the agency of the wearer into account.

“cloth,” a video art piece by London School of Economics students in the MSc. Gender, Media and Culture program, seeks to start a conversation about empowerment and oppression by asking the question, “How does freedom dress?”

Directors Ania Catherine and Samira Mahboub told The Huffington Post:

More:   http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/23/cloth-video-art-lse_n_5001842.html?utm_hp_ref=religion

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