Nüshu (women’s script) was practiced by women in a remote part of China prior to the Chinese Communist Revolution. It was a literary and artistic tradition developed by the women for the women. The Hong Kong based artist Lo Yuenyi produced a series of works in which she commemorates the women who once practiced Nüshu. In so doing she acknowledges their work as art and connects her own work to both a Chinese women tradition and the tradition of Western art.
|Publisher||Publications de la Sorbonne|
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Feb 2022|