THE MINAJ BOOK (2015) | Ditte Ejlerskov


THE MINAJ BOOK (2015) is a soft-cover book with 152 pages and writings about and around the American rapper Nicki Minaj. In a new body of work presented in this book, Ditte Ejlerskov, investigates feminism and the gaze of the white middle-class pop consumer, with American rapper Nicki Minaj as the focal point. In order to convey a deeper understanding of these unconventional feminist methods, THE MINAJ BOOK unpacks the contemporary mainstream through a body of work which appropriates the rapper’s aesthetics and lyrics.

The Minaj Book

Publisher: Woodpeckerprojects (2015)

Pages: 152

First edition of 700

Graphic Design: Woodpecker Projects

Participants: J. Fergus (US), Astrid Kusser (DE), Marianne Lentz (DK), Saman Atter Motlagh (DK),

Terry R. Myers (US), Ditte Ejlerskov (DK)

ISBN: 978-91-980977-4-0

Buy: 300 Sek | 30 €