Analysis Of Iranian Womanhood In Art In Exile By Susan Neshat

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By exploring Iranian womanhood, Neshat is simultaneously exploring political and ideological structures that are unbeknownst to her after she went into exile during the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Due to her observations, Iranian women are characteristic to be the embodiment of Iran’s political transformation” and therefore also explores her personal identity (Neshat, “Art in Exile”). According to lecturer Susan Funkenstein, Rapture is presented unto two screens to convey that as Western viewers, we aren’t able to get the entire picture culturally just as we cannot physically with our focus being split on which side to focus on (Funkenstein,"Globalization”). Aside from gender, there is the dimension of location and its meaning in regards to the

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