This book argues for the emergence of women's culture in Colombia as a continuum in which aesthetic languages for the expression of the mother-daughter relationship are developed alongside a feminism which both strategically constructs and desconstructs nationalist paradigms. The work of groundbreaking painter Debora Arango, bestselling novelist Laura Restrepo, and three women documentary filmmakers forms the basis for this study which focuses on the aesthetic, political and theoretical commonalities between them.
|Place of Publication||Woodbridge|
|Number of pages||252|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|