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COMMUNITY

Public Art Projects as Feminist Reclamation

COO of Fearless Collective, Tehani Ariyaratne, in conversation with Senior Editor Sabika Abbas Naqvi.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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29 Nov 2020
Interview
Feminist Art Practice
Interview
Feminist Art Practice
Feminist Organizing
Mural
Public Space
Art Practice
Public Arts
Fearless Collective
Fearless Arts Residency
Art Activism
Fundraising
Future Dream Spaces
Queerness
Queer Spaces
Trans Politics
Trans Community
Wheat Pasting
Sri Lanka
Pakistan
India
Internationalist Solidarity
Khwaja Siras
Bubbli Malik
Queer Muslim Project

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One of our murals in Rawalpindi, is an image of a [khwaja sira], Bubbli Malik, on a bicycle, and she says "I am a creation of Allah." The mural refers not to violence or trauma, but is a radical affirmation of the [khwaja sira] community.

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