26 min

Episode 4 - Intersectional Feminism with Eugenia Lim FIELD WORK

    • Arts

In Episode 4, Drew Pettifer speaks to artist Eugenia Lim, academic Carolyn D’Cruz and curator Paola Balla about the complexities of intersectional feminism. Eugenia Lim works across video, performance and installation. She is interested in how nationalism and stereotypes are formed, inventing personas to explore the tensions between alienation and belonging in a globalised world.

Listen now: bit.ly/fieldwork_eugenialim
More info: http://fieldworkpodcast.com.au/
Subscribe via Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.

FIELD WORK is produced by Channon Goodwin, Drew Pettifer, and supported by Bus Projects with funding from Copyright Agency Cultural Fund. Audio production, editing and mixing by Bec Fary. FIELD WORK theme music is by Martin King and graphic design is by Lachlan Siu.

In Episode 4, Drew Pettifer speaks to artist Eugenia Lim, academic Carolyn D’Cruz and curator Paola Balla about the complexities of intersectional feminism. Eugenia Lim works across video, performance and installation. She is interested in how nationalism and stereotypes are formed, inventing personas to explore the tensions between alienation and belonging in a globalised world.

Listen now: bit.ly/fieldwork_eugenialim
More info: http://fieldworkpodcast.com.au/
Subscribe via Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.

FIELD WORK is produced by Channon Goodwin, Drew Pettifer, and supported by Bus Projects with funding from Copyright Agency Cultural Fund. Audio production, editing and mixing by Bec Fary. FIELD WORK theme music is by Martin King and graphic design is by Lachlan Siu.

26 min

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