Our blog highlighting the gender inequalities still apparent in the design industry has seemingly caused a bit of a stir in the DW bloggosphere.
So, hopefully, a tonic the women who still feel somewhat unheard (and, indeed, fans of seminal 90s band The Longpigs), is She Said, an exhibition opening on London’s Redchurch Street today.
The show is ‘about what she said, how she said it and the influence that those words had’, in conjunction with the Wisewords festival, which celebrates women writers, performers and artists with a series of events and exhibitions in selected East End venues during Women’s History Month.
This group exhibition celebrates ‘the joys of text’, featuring artists from disciplines including film making, illustration, painting, ceramics, sound art and performance art.
Source: EAST END PRINTS
National Anthem by Jess Wilson
Among the artists and groups taking part are East End Prints, whose works are shown here, Arthouse, C.A.Halpin, Julieta Hernandez Adame, Jemma Foster, Maria Paz Garcia, Tiff Mc Ginnis, Miss Annabel Dee, Tinsel Edwards & Twinkle Troughton, Chrissie Dalziel, Disqo Conqrette, David Vassie, Andrea Hannon, Infinity Bunce,Joanna Pawolwska, Camila Fiori, Samia Malik, Iphgenia Baal & Cara Jeffries.
She Said runs from 10 March – 13 March at The Outside World Gallery
44 Redchurch Street, E2