The Feminism issue: Aftermath

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 22-05-2011 21:19 | Category: Discrimination, Women's Issues

Just released this beautiful animation from Kris Hofman.
He responds to Rachel Cusk’s essay ‘Aftermath’ in Granta 115: The F Word.

Granta is a magazine from the UK, it is what they call ‘the magazine of new writing’.

The current issue is Granta 115: The F Word. In the twenty-first century, the balance of power remains tipped towards men, and this issue of the magazine explores the ways in which feminism continues to inform, address and complicate that balance.

Director: Kris Hofmann
Commissioned by: Michael Salu at Granta
Music: Alexander Zlamal
DOP: Mirko Beutler

Below: Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits responds to Helen Simpson’s ‘Night Thoughts’, also from The F Word issue.


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