One little child is staring at something. Another joins him, then another . . . till finally ten little children are staring at something. What do they see? The suspense builds up, page after page, through text and picture, to an amusing climax. This beginner counting book has illustrations as innovative as the concept, in black and white pen-and-wash on paper. The children are from different social backgrounds, communities and abilities — a quiet comment slipped unobtrusively into the pictures.
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About the Contributors
The author is an artist based in Delhi, India. She is currently teaching Visual Art as Assistant Professor at the School of Culture and Creative Expressions(SCCE), Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) where she is pursuing a practice based PhD in Visual Art.
Her research interests lie in the area of visual culture, particularly in the study of the processes of othering and pathologization of bodies. As an artist, her practice explores this area through her work that addresses these issues and as a pedagogue, this enquiry informs the courses she offers.
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