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Amna Malik

Amna Malik, of Slade School of Fine Art, contributed a text to Exiles, Diasporas & Strangers, one of four books in a series titled Annotating Art’s Histories, jointly published by The MIT Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts and iniva the Institute of International Visual Arts, London, published in 2008 and edited by Kobena Mercer. Conceptualising ‘Black’ British Art Through the Lens of Exile. Within this chapter, Malik looked at specific work, or bodies of work by three artists: Gavin Jantjes, Mona Hatoum and Mitra Tabrizian.

Malik also contributed a chapter - Migratory Aesthetics: (Dis)placing the Black Maternal Subject in Martina Attille’s Dreaming Rivers (1988) - to “Black” British Aesthetics Today. Published by: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007

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