Mixing the Colors

Auslander, Philip
May 2004
Art Papers Magazine;May/Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p10
The article explores the art works of Iona Rozeal which depicts a particular Japanese appropriation of hip hop. A brief description about Rozeal's history in life is provided. Her travel in Asia where the African-American culture has struck her is elaborated. Detailed information about the physical appearances of the Japanese teenagers called ganguro is discussed, as well as their adaption of the hip hop culture.


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