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Nalini Malani: A memoirist for the Subaltern
It also refers to the modernist period of architecture in Bombay, but it portrays people who are dispossessed, the subaltern. While the subaltern may not speak, we must give them a voice and respect. Made using acrylic sheets, acrylic paint, ink and enamel, it harks back to the theme of violence against women which Malani often explores. Even today in patriarchal societies, women are repressed; we have to metaphorically put our ears to the ground to listen to them, says Malani.
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