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Nasty Women: Architecture

Raising funds for Rape Crisis South London

Co-curated by Rachel Ara and Issey Scott
Opening Night 26 October 6-9pm
27 October – 18 November 2017

Rachel Ara, Carla Gannis, Frances Richardson, Hannah Honeywill, Sophie Neville, Alex Randall, Laura Mark, Amelia Hunter and others

Nasty Women: Architecture is Anise Gallery’s response to the global Nasty Women art and activism movement. Co-curated by Aesthetica art prize winner and V&A digital resident Rachel Ara and art writer Issey Scott, this all-female exhibition will help to raise vital funds for Rape Crisis South London.

Carla Gannis “AR Wallpaper”

How women interact with the different spaces around us and the means by which they are constructed will be integral to the curation of the exhibition. We have invited Amelia Hunter (New Design Britain Architecture Winner 2015 & RIBAJ Eye Line drawing award winner 2014) to bring these ideas together in an all encompassing structure that will form the centrepiece of the exhibition.

Rachel Ara “Silhouette in Morris & co”

At the far end of the gallery a ‘domestic’ setting will feature Augmented Reality wallpaper by New York-based digital artist Carla Gannis, sculptural works by Hannah Honeywill, feminist embroidery by Sophie Neville and other works from notable female artists such as Rachel Ara and Frances Richardson. An open call out for submissions is also under-way.

Frances Richardson “Indigo Moon”

A special screening of ‘Zaha: An Architectural Legacy’ by Laura Mark and Jim Stephenson will headline the events programme. The film will also be available to watch for the duration of the exhibition. We are delighted that so many incredible women have given their time and work to this exhibition, with the ultimate aim to raise awareness and much needed funds.

Anise Gallery | 13a Shad Thames London SE1 2PU

Anise Gallery

Hannah Honeywill “Unfunction Function”

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