DIANA EJAITA

Bitch: A Feminist Response to Pop Culture - - CONTRIBUTORS -

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Nige­rian Ital­ian fine artist, il­lus­tra­tor, and tex­tile de­signer. Cur­rently work­ing in Ber­lin, her heart is based in Lagos. Her work fo­cuses on wom­an­hood and so­cial, ra­cial, and gen­der equal­ity. What fic­tional char­ac­ter(s) are you hope­lessly de­voted to? Mami Wata, a de­ity of folk­lore from cen­tral West Africa con­nected to wa­ter, cre­ation, play­ful­ness, trust, and heal­ing. She is a pow­er­ful, care­ful fighter, and some­times ap­pears as a man.

@di­anae­jaita di­anae­jaita.com, weary­our­mask.com

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