Nurul Huda Rashid is an intersectional feminist, visual artist and writer, currently pursuing her PhD in Cultural Studies in Asia. Her research interests focus on images, narratives, visual and sentient bodies, feminisms, and the intersections between them within the digital world. Her current research project, Women in War, is a survey of images of women in war, critiqued through lenses of gender and violence, politics of the visual, and the roles of the algorithm and archive as methods. Nurul develops and facilitates Photography workshops with Objectifs, and has taught across various tertiary institutions on various subjects. She is a part of the collective, Bras Basah Open: School of Theory & Philosophy. In her free time, Nurul loves smelling old books and building on her collection of books and plant babies. Nurul hopes to adopt a cat someday.
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