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Taste The World

South Africa / Belgium (MIFF 2005, animation)

Director: Wendy Morris

Through references to Sarah Bartman - a South African Khoi woman displayed in 18th-century Europe as an example of 'primitive sexuality' - [Taste the World] explores the notion of the 'Third World' as a consumer's playground.
D/P/S/WS Wendy Morris L no dialogue TD video/col/2004/4mins

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