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Day 1: Willy Ndatira

published on 10 August 2020

Marking National Women's Day in South Africa, Willy Ndatira aka @williamcult began his curation in collaboration with designer Hussein Alusch, by inviting a selection of women to share their 'Notes On Womanhood'. Via voice notes, model Nora Attal, artist Julie Verhoeven and artist, tailor and poet Lê Ðào mused on the female experience.

Throughout the day, Ndatira and Alusch also shared articles and the work of creatives including Lorraine O'Grady, Renee Cox and Billie Zangewa, unpicking intersectional feminism, sexuality, marriage and representation of the self, all the whilst highlighting the power of womanhood in all its forms.

Marking National Women's Day in South Africa, Willy Ndatira aka @williamcult began his curation in collaboration with designer Hussein Alusch, by inviting a selection of women to share their 'Notes On Womanhood'. Via voice notes, model Nora Attal, artist Julie Verhoeven and artist, tailor and poet Lê Ðào mused on the female experience.

The discreet charm of the Bougie: lost in Mongolia 2008 by Reene Cox
Xavier Mayoral
‘The Rebirth Of the Black Venus’ – 2010 by my friend artist Billie Zangewa (side not: I remember hanging out in her room in Johannesburg, in our 20’s and seeing her early works. They were small scale but beautiful. It’s great to see a black women persist and succeed in the international Art World.
Nora Attal reads Maya Angelou's poem 'Still I Rise' (1978)
Collage by Hussein Alusch
Louise Bourgeois by Robert Mapplethorpe
Sally Lipman aka Disco Sally 1978
Audre Lorde
'La vie devant soi' (expression: you've got your whole life ahead of you) by Ida Jakobs. Photographing 4 generations of women in one family.
A great archive interview by Intersectional Feminist Bell Hooks, 1944
Artist Julie Verhoeven reads extracts from Ronald Searle's 'Non-Sexist Dictionary' (1988)
National Geographic
Video of Black hair as a landscape by Lorraine O'Grady
‘Menstruating with Pride’ by Sarah Maple - “I used to accept a lot of face value, but when I discovered feminism it motivated me not only to question the role of women but also the preconceived ideas relating to all things in society”
The Masuao Women
'Hey Girl' by Romeo Castellucci
Artist, poet, and tailor Lê Ðào offers her own 'Notes On Womanhood'
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