Gender informs and influences the creation, history, and reception of visual art, and by extension all art forms. Women artists have been an unheard voice.
These can be really powerful in conveying messages through slogans, illustrations, symbols and street art for a particular issue at hand, as it was in the case of the CAA Protests.
Eunice de Souza has written and published a range of writings including the novels Dangerlok (2001) and Dev And Simran (2003), four children’s books and poetry collections.
To simply enjoy menstrual art without understanding the artist’s messages – intended & otherwise – would be to dismiss the story they are telling.
Feminism in theatre and feminists of theatre have immaculately and intelligently given voices to silence and silenced the patriarchal cacophonies. Therefore, here’s a list of five feminist theatre acts that one could read/watch to relish in the disfigurement of all-male narratives.
Spoken word poetry builds a powerful platform for artists to speak on various social issues through their own identities. Here's a list of performers every spoken word enthusiast must listen to.
Aretha Franklin was perhaps one of the biggest giants of soul music and indeed of American pop music as a whole.
Sumeet Samos's latest single “Ladai Seekhle” will deeply resonate with those who have ever been subjected to Savarna oppression.
Kanchan Chander through her work dismantles the idea of male gaze and creates a representative space for women and their experiences.
Taksh Sharma has been making waves in the Indian fashion scene as well as on social media where she is popularly known as Kawaiibloggerchan.