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1. 'The Inivisible Men,' 2019. Smashed in Centenary Square, Bradford, at The March Against the Sex Trade, Filia international feminist conference, October 19th, 2019.
2. 'I'm Not The Criminal,' 2020, in its unbroken state, this was 'The Invisible Men.' The rebuilt - or second state, is 'I'm Not The Criminal,' depicting the March Against the Sex Trade, led by Fiona Broadfoot, who organised it, and other sex trade survivors. (photos: Sylvain Deleu)
3. Me with 'I'm Not The Criminal,' 2020. (photo: Sylvain Deleu)
Jan 14th-31st 2020 Zuleika Gallery, 6 Mason's Yard, London, SW1Y 6BU
This is a display of four pots from 'And The Door Opened,' as part of a gallery artists show, 'January Edit.' This is Zuleika's official launch of the project - W@W is the charity it will be supporting this year.
Jan 23rd: I'll be talking about 'And The Door Opened,' at Zuleika.
This is an informal talk -I'll be there from 2pm and available to introduce the project, discuss and answer questions. The gallery will be open until 8pm.
Sunday 22nd March: 'And The Door Opened' is part of the Claytalks lecture series. I'll be presenting from 1-2pm
Beyond the Streets, an exiting service in East London, leads a walking tour in Whitechapel in opposition to the ‘Jack the Ripper’ tours, on the last Thursday of each of the five months. The tour talks about the lives of the women who were murdered, stopping at the places they lived, and also talks about the lives of prostituted people now. St. Botolph’s without Aldgate will have a display of pots from the project from May to September.
See Beyond theStreets website to book a place on the walking tour.
Cross Bones is the burial site of the ‘outcast’ people of the 17th and 18th centuries, including prostituted women.
October 19th 2019: unofficial launch - Filia Conference, Bradford, 'The Invisible Man' was smashed as part of the March against the Sex Trade. Pictures and description of the event here.
October 30th 2019: a talk about the project at Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire
Window display and display in library Nov 7th 2019 -Jan 6th, 2020
Photos and brief summary here.
Brief description and photos of both events here.