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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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What about the Women… 2010

Art action, documented in film and print, inspired by the 1909 Whitsun journey of three suffragettes to Clovelly in North Devon to challenge Prime Minister Asquith on ‘Votes for Women’.

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