Dada and the punjabi princess

Vivienne Lo

Vivienne Lo

Dr Vivienne Lo is Senior Lecturer in the History department of UCL and Director of the UCL China Centre for Health and Humanity. Her work is concerned with visual cultures of medicine in the ancient and medieval Chinese world and the history of food and medicine in China.
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Dada and the Punjabi Princess is an abstract figurative moving collage that celebrates the ways in which Asian women in diaspora draw on traditional body practices to recreate new identities. Her first experimental moving image work Dada and the Punjabi princess is a fourteen minute celebration of traditional Indian dance, kaleidoscopic landscapes, polemical text, and social and political media. Confrontational and celebratory, Dada and the Punjabi Princess is a fusion of Punk, Pop Art and Bollywood for the Digital Age.

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