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Posts by: Katalin Halasz

Katalin Halasz is a writer and artist researcher based in London and Berlin. She has written extensively on racism, minority rights and equality. She also uses film, installation, and performance to explore embodied concepts of race, gender, and sexuality. She is currently working on a practice-based PhD in visual sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her recent works include Freeing Up Shame, a risk-taking participatory performance first staged in Brazil, 2012 and Rewolucja, an award-winning experimental short film (2011).

I Love Black Men: a post-White performance

by Katalin Halasz • 29 Nov 12
Posted in: Post-Racial Imaginaries [9.2] | Commons