How to Mend: Motherhood and Its Ghosts | Iman Mersal
Iman Mersal intricately weaves a new narrative of motherhood, moving between interior and exterior scapes, diaries, readings, and photographic representations of motherhood to question old and current representations of motherhood and the related space of unconditional love, guilt, personal goals, and traditional expectations. What is hidden in narratives of motherhood in fictional and nonfictional texts as well as in photographs?
Text by Iman Mersal, translated by Robin Moger
Published by Kayfa-ta, 2018
Design by Julie Peeters
95 x 150 mm