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The process is continual, her artwork is essential, and this not the last we will hear from Farwa Moledina.
Her work is focuses on reconciling depictions Islam with the real, normal, lives of Muslim people, and her future projects will reflect this desire. Farwa Moledina is everywhere in Birimingham, until March at least.
In conversation with Ms Moledina, we dissected some of the theory and background of her artwork. There is no such thing as an original idea.
Project Birmingham. These assumptions and stereotypes will never go away, they will always colour the stories, the headlines, and the actions of Muslim people.
The fabric is full of colour and oriental riches, vivid blues and reds and golds all interlocking in a repeated pattern, and this pattern is lifted from a 19th Century Ingres painting depicting naked Muslim women lounging in a Turkish Harem.
Ingres had never been to Turkey, and even if he did, he would never have been allowed in a female-only Harem, and as a result his vision of Turkish women as hyper-sexualised presents an unreal image of the East and the Islamic world that continues Free chat with women Talakumbura persist today.
Moledina stresses that these stereotypes feed into modern society, high street conversations, deep seated hatred and suburban distrust, fuelled by newspaper headlines and TV news broadcasts that present only negative headlines, made worse through ISIS and their distorted bastardisation of Islam.
Her pieces are inherently autobiographical, providing an insight into her own introspections over identity - particularly that of being a woman Ocean view DE bi horney housewifes the Islamic faith.
History of the Hijab.
Taking the politically charged imagery of the hijab, Farwa has centred a of her works on, in her opinion, the misconception that shrouds this article of clothing.