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14th-century anchoress Julian of Norwich is a recent fascination for New York-born artist Eliza Douglas. Most notably, she referred to Jesus as Mother an extremely atypical categorisation, which nicely contrasts with the patriarchal structures of most religions, says Douglas of The Revelations of Divine Love. She wrote this more than 600 years ago, yet her statements would still be considered radical and controversial. This is something I appreciate about mysticism in general it is as much about heresy as it is about orthodoxy from AnOther Magazine A/W18, shot by @senta.simond and styled by @nellkalonji

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