Unmapping Desire

Sheila James

1999, 06:51 minutes, colour, English


Unmapping Desire is an experimental video-poem exploring separation, political borders and social boundaries, which keep women from loving women.
Set to evocative images and music, the poem unfolds charting the journey of two South Asian women and their victory of through imagining "borderless countries in a county-less world."

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