Muliseris is an Italian bimonthly magazine of art declined to women (and feminism). Each issue explores a different theme, linked to gender issues, through the different forms of art: photography, illustration, poetry, storytelling, painting, sculpture. Among its pages it is possible to find insights and interviews with Italian artists.
Mulieris starts from the idea that there is a strong gender inequality in the art world, where women are disadvantaged and often relegated to secondary roles. This editorial project, therefore, is a means of helping artists to sensitize readers to the condition and vision of women.
Mulieris is not just a magazine, but a platform, a safe place, a community, a source of art and events created by women, but which aims to speak to everyone regardless of gender.
Number of pages: 200
Dimensions: 16.07x23.07 cm
Language: English (full Italian translation available in digital format)
ISSUE 2 - SHAME
The second edition of Mulieris explores the theme of shame.
"Our goal this time is to question ourselves and understand the process that leads to shame, what it is and why it is here, with us, within us. We are born naked and then clothed in shame as we grow up. None of us are born feeling ashamed, shame is often something we feel because of others / or, because of the society we live in, something we have to work on individually but, above all, socially. I believe that most people are not comfortable with seeing someone who is not ashamed, who is free from prejudice and social norms, for the simple reason that they are not used to witnessing such behavior. [...] So how do we get rid of shame? "(From the editorial to the second issue of Mulieris)