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My Mother's Selfies

Nieves / · mute

Moshtari Hilal is a visual artist and researcher living in Hamburg and Berlin. Her work is shaped by the (self)portrait and family archive. She aims for a visual language that is shaped by the subjective. Consequently, the artist works with the drawn line as means and symbol of a figurative vocabulary that refers to the black-haired body. In addition, her portraits deal with recurring motifs, such as the prominent nose, the figure of the mother or the family. My Mother’s Selfies is a zine dedicated to the mother of the artist. She recreated a series of selfies that her mother took after she bought her first selfie stick. A6, photocopy

book format: staple / pages: 20