VIDEO: ‘Terracotta Daughters’ explores gender preference in China

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NEW YORK – As a continuation of Prune Nourry’s ‘Holy  Daughters’ project in India, the artist’s new ‘Terracotta Daughters’ sculptures  make a statement about gender preference in China. Nourry has created an army of  116 life-size ‘Terracotta Daughters’ as a contemporary postscript to China’s  famed Terracotta Soldiers.


Nourry’s  installation will commence a world tour after a Paris debut in April 2014, with  subsequent stops planned in Switzerland (June) and New York City  (October).


Click to view a trailer about the Terracotta Daughters  that samples a 52-minute film being made about the project and a 21-minute  version that will be aired during the world tour.




malek‘s insight:

Based on the famous "TerraCotta Soldiers" a brain stimulant video on gender bias in China.

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