Water, Air, Stones and Stains: Examining Interpersonal Aspects of Bodily Dwelling through Drawing
Rahbar, Nazanin Tabaei
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How do we extend into our body and into the world? I draw to express, remember, discover, tell, record, understand, make marks, meditate, trace and draw out. Drawing is a way to articulate both dilemmas in relation to identity and bodily dwelling. I am focusing on an interdisciplinary practice of drawing, and queer and immigrant identity through the body. I will be considering, then, throughout this thesis support paper, bodily identity as primarily relational through various concepts, such as body knowledge, body and land, body and identity, bodies and borders and bodies as borders.