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Commissioned by Channel 4 Random Acts for their Black Britain series for Black History Month.
An intimate short film featuring young Black queer artists, taking a moment for reflection and discussing the intersections of their identity.
"The act of looking in the mirror is a private moment with yourself, of recognising yourself. As a queer person of colour your subjected to prejudgements, misrepresentation and lack there of. To me 'The Muse' is about self acknowledgement and of defining our own narratives. 'The Muse' is just a fragment of a much wider discourse of identity and intersectionality." - Anna Fearon
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