A fresh APPROACH TO HISTORY

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Just completed a moving image project, responding to an RSA Moving Image brief & audio. Tiffany Dufu author of Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less urges women to embrace imperfections & expect less of themselves. Not Enough Time is communicated through women's magazines & adverts. 

fighting talk

35 Chapel Walk, Sheffield

5 -15 March

Hysterical Females  film will be screening at this exhibition on 7 March at 1pm & 1.30pm during the SheFest fringe festival celebrating International Women's Day.

Currently working on a funding application with Ipswich Museum to create a film, which focuses on the home front, looking at how local people responded emotionally to the ending of WWI. The project includes sound & visual workshops.

Presently working with  Wells Maltings Trust to create a vision and sound installation, which looks at local heritage, using archival imagery and sounds. 

dame of the hour

St James' Wine Vaults, Bath

5 - 22 March

Hysterical Females  film, a surreal interpretation of the treatment of Edwardian women will be screening on selected dates during the exhibition.

An English Rose from Hysterical Females film, 2017

'As an artist I enjoy the challenge of translating historical information creatively and take pride in informing my audience about our past stories, encouraging discourse and transforming them into dynamic visual works'.

DAME OF THE HOUR

St James' Wine Vaults, Bath

5 - 22 MARCH

Hysterical Females  film, a surreal interpretation of the treatment of Edwardian women will be screening on 10 March during the film and performance evening between 6.30 - 8pm.

NEWS

Suffrage! Education, activism & votes for women

Royal Holloway University

15 January - 18 March

Magna Carta Women, the 4-piece panel which marks 800 years of women's rights will be on display at the Davison Building. Hysterical Females  film also screens there on 6 February. 

current exhibitions & screenings


multi media artist passionate about historic storytelling