We often associate power with direct physical power. But power also has to be understood in broader cultural and symbolic terms, including the power to represent someone or something in a certain way. How should we navigate a legacy of established systems of representations, towards a conscionable “reality”?
Trained in broadcasting, finance and international political economy, Jin is now a creative director and producer working independently in media and the visual arts. Early exposure to the interdisciplinary English and American Studies programme at University of East Anglia opened her eyes to the potency of soft power in shaping world relations.