Carissa Ropponen speaks with Alex Cu Unhing, a feminist visual artist and printmaker, about her fun and provocative art.
Much of Unjieng's work stems from the negotiation of her identity as an immigrant, and her practice also focuses on feminist issues and aims to explore, question, and challenge what is and can be known, seen, and understood.
Alex discusses how her experiences and identity as an immigrant and feminist woman have shaped her work, as well as the personal and political aspects of her art.
The F Word seeks to facilitate feminist dialogue and use media as a foundation for positive social change. For more information on The F Word, please visit our website at: www.feminisms.org or email: [email protected]
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