2018

Objectify This!
Friday Late @ The V&A, London
27th July 2018
Objectify This!
Installation, performance, activist life drawing hosted by Figuration.




Reflecting on Rape Culture
@ The Bread and Roses Pub, Clapham, London
22nd May 2018
clear_Lines_Festival
Visual artists on the relationship between their work and violence against women and girls. Speakers Lidia Lidia and Paige Megan Hawley. Event organised by Clear Lines Festival.




Girls' World
From 25th February to 8th March, 10 days of artivism
10 days of artivism 10 days of artivism 10 days of artivism
On the occasion of the International Women's Day 2018 (8th March), 5 of the images were printed as postcards with information on the reverse, and about 1000 were stuck around Venice, Sheffield in collaboration with SheFest (Sheffield's International Women's Day Fringe Festival) and London




2017

Girls' World
From 25th November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10th December, Human Rights Day
16 Days of Activism 16 Days of Activism 16 Days of Activism
On the occasion of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence lead by UNITE, 5 of the images of 'Girls'World' have been printed as postcards with information on the reverse, and will be stuck around London (weather permitting).




This was supposed to be the European Year to End Violence against Women and Girls...
Saturday 14th - Sunday 15th October 2017 FiLiA conference
FILIART
On the occasion of the FiLiA conference 2017, the work 'This was supposed to be the European Year to End Violence against Women and Girls...' became an installation.
People were invited to share their thoughts and suggestions in a book.




Girls' World
Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th October
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On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child 2017 (11th October), 3 of the images dealing with FGM, child marriage and girls' infanticide, were printed as postcards with information on the reverse, and about 700 were stuck around London.




Girls' World
Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th March
International Women's Day 2017 International Women's Day 2017
Since I started thinking of the idea of 'Girls' World', a series of photos on violence against women and girls, I thought to put them in the street to build awareness. But I didn't do it until I read about the Russian bill which decriminalises domestic violence against family members, unless it is a repeat offence or causes serious medical damage [1].

On the occasion of the International Women's Day 2017 (8th March), 5 of the images were printed as postcards with information on the reverse, and about 1000 were stuck around London, Paris and Berlin between the nights of the 7th and the 9th March.

[1] https://www.coe.int/en/web/portal/-/russia-decriminalising-domestic-violence-would-be-a-clear-sign-of-regression-says-council-of-europe-secretary-general-jagland-in-a-letter-to-russian-l