Produced at the intersection of creative and critical practices, Tinh Min-ha's films situate themselves between poetry and politics, art and theory, fiction and documentary, and truth and fact. They resist the comfort of categorization, and engage the reader in a reflective process of seeing, hearing and co-producing. This book brings together the scripts and visuals of three of Tinh Minh-ha's films: Reassemblage, Naked Spaces-Living is Round and Surname Viet Given Name Nam.
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