Women’s Identity I
Size: 93 x 60 cm (36.6 x 23.6”)
Medium: charcoal and acrylic on brown paper
‘Women’s Identity I’. From an exhibition ‘Herself’ by Mwamba Chikwemba
‘I always want to explore deeper what a complete freedom of a woman is.
It seems to me that having an inner sense of freedom is essential for a woman to preserve all her interests: an interest in life, in family, in building a home, but also an interest in her career.
Its common in Zambia for a woman to loose her freedom once she gets married.
They loose their freedom. They loose who they are, their identity. It’s like men own them…’
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|Dimensions||36.6 x 23.6 x 1 in|
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