Artist expresses politics through images

Basma Al-Sharif, a Palestinian artist and filmmaker, talks about four short firlms she created during a film screening Tuesday via Zoom. The films, “Field Guide to the Ferns'' (2015), “Girls Only” (2014), “Deep Sleep” (2014) and “We Began by Measuring Distances” (2009), discussed the politics of different regions and throughout history. / screenshot by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
Basma Al-Sharif, a Palestinian artist and filmmaker, talks about four short firlms she created during a film screening Tuesday via Zoom. The films, “Field Guide to the Ferns” (2015), “Girls Only” (2014), “Deep Sleep” (2014) and “We Began by Measuring Distances” (2009), discussed the politics of different regions and throughout history. / screenshot by Darcelle Jones-Wesley
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Darcelle Jones-Wesley, a senior photography major, is photography editor of the Campus Times. Her work can also be found at photographybydarcelle.com.

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