Flying members by Jameela Nishat and Katharina Holstein at Hyderabad Literary Festival
Hyderabad: In the ongoing Hyderabad Literary Festival, Katharina Holstein-sturm from Hamburg, Germany collaborated with city-based women activist and an Urdu poet Jameela Nishat and exhibited their body of work in which the verse and painting die together.
Jameela Nishat said, “This collaboration is going to add more diversity to both our individual work of art and promote cultural solidarity across the globe. Emotions have no language or territorial bounds. The artists have the ability to flow from one art space to the other. This collaboration is a humble attempt to let artwork speak for the women of the world,” she added.
Concept: Flying members Jameela Nishat, poet from India and Katharina Holstein-Sturm, optical creative person from Germany, fuse their creative forces. The outcome is unequaled artist-books with Jameela’s verse and Katharina’s artwork. “Together we select the poems and the artwork, discuss how it should be combined until the outcome rings true and transcends both our work,” said Jameela. As artists, as women they sense the existence and their rate in it. They undergo an emotional sensation the extreme poverty for switch, many things are value fighting for. They fighting with verse and artistic production. “Coming from different continents, from different cultural backgrounds both find a common ground in the cause to better the position for women.”
They tip out concerning the internal affairs of a nation and violence, oppression, fiscal and dependency. The visitors acquire drawn into the artist-book differently. The turning of the one side of one leaf engages them, they can group of things of the same kind that belong together the tempo of perceiving the artwork, partly reading, partly looking at the drawings. Jameela Nishat has published three collections of verse, and her body of work has been translated and featured in several notable anthologies, including Women Writing in India and In Their Own Voice. In 1999, SPARROW published a booklet on her and body of work as portion of its of or involving the mouth discipline that interprets past events task. In 2000, she edited Inkeshaf, an anthology of forty women poets from the Deccan. She is committed to promoting the causal agent of Dakhni, the unequaled Telugu-infused Hyderabad Urdu. She is a recipient of the Indian Express’ Devi Award (2015) and the Maqdoom Award (1972). She currently runs ‘Shaheen: Resource Centre for Women’ in the having lived for a relatively long time urban center of Hyderabad.
Katharina Holstein-Sturm studies optical something communicated between people and realistic preliminary sketch at FH Würzburg. She is a part of a social group of the creative person group S.k.a.m. e.V. in Hamburg, women film or play producer’s art gallery GEDOK Hamburg, and small-grained or smooth artists of Germany. She is the founder of an artistic production educational institution for children and teenagers, and the founder of Popup Galerie Art & Cake in Hamburg. She has done creative person residencies in Dorland, Temecula, California, USA, organized creative person exchanges between Germany and the Netherlands, and numerous exhibitions in Germany, Europe and the USA.