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Day 2: Willy Ndatira

published on 11 August 2020

For Day 2 of the designer and creative consultant's @SHOWstudio takeover in collaboration with designer Hussein Alusch, Willy Ndatira presented varying portraits of trans women, together with an exploration into the spread of information and the radicalisation of hate via the internet.

Throughout the day, Ndatira shared videos, images and articles, including Sebastiano D'Ayala's documentaries about the experiences of Trans female sex workers in France and Bindi Cole's Portraits of the Sistagals series capturing Trans women living on the Tiwi Islands. Day 2 of the takeover also raised conversations surrounding racism, sexism and Anti-Semitism on the internet.

Ndatira also shared Vogue Italia's Brand Image Director Alessia Glaviano's 'Notes On Womanhood'.

For Day 2 of the designer and creative consultant's @SHOWstudio takeover in collaboration with designer Hussein Alusch, Willy Ndatira presented varying portraits of trans women, together with an exploration into the spread of information and the radicalisation of hate via the internet.

In Paris everybody knows him as Mujeron (the "big" woman in Spanish). But his real name is Angel. Angel is a former boxer from Ecuador, now a trans female sex worker in France. @avlavalayad documented his return home after 5 years.

@avlavalayad documentary on Latinx and trans women working as sex workers in Paris. (2006)

Artist Natalie Bookchin in this video art explores a new social landscape where cascades of disinformation, rumours and insinuations spread wildly across electronic networks, aggravated by racist mobs and algorithms that favour scandals, conflict, and conspiracy theories.

Alessia Glaviano reads from Virginia Woolf's 'A Room Of One's Own' (1929)
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