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Where the Children Play

‘Where the Children Play’ is a reflection on where sport begins; in the imaginations and playtime of childhood.

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The Refuge Manifesto

This short animated film was made during Art House by the women who came to participate in the art workshops

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To Have and To Hold 2015

To Have and To Hold explores what domestic abuse, specifically non-violent coercive control, looks like to the outsider.

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Art House 2015

Art House is a participatory arts project with women affected by domestic abuse exploring what refuge is.

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Fe-manifesto 2015

Fe-manifesto was a series of workshops, inspired by Jenny Holzer’s truisms and Nicci Wonnacott’s ‘Womanifesto’ that encouraged women to talk about what inspires them to positive, personal or public, social change.

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there’s grace and beauty in small spaces 2014

A drawn animation that celebrates freedom found in containment.

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The Last Resident 2014

This film is a testimony from the last resident at Exeter’s women’ refuge in the final days before it’s closure in March 2014 due to funding cuts.

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Contained Freedom 2013-14

Five months at Exeter’s women’ refuge, providing a creative space and art-making for the resident women and children, and exploring what a refuge is through reflective writing, drawing, printmaking and film.

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Oxygen 2013

The play and project ‘Oxygen’ marked the centenary of The Great 1913 Suffrage Pilgrimage through the South West and asked, ‘What is important to women today’?

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Living On 2012-13

A global snapshot of built environments with a story of human rights abuses in reference to the Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Book in a Day 2012

A book made in a single day, in an edition of 50, to raise awareness about political prisoners and unlawful conditions.

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Al Mutanabbi Street 2010-on-going

A worldwide group of artists, poets and writers responding to the bombing of the booksellers’ quarter in Baghdad, Iraq on 5 March 2007.

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