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Women's Space: Invasive or Accessible?

The short version of an experimental digital art piece using 'Zoom' as a way of celebrating and empowering women from our town, and exploring how they have been effected by the shift in work/life balance amidst the Covid-19 pandemic (filmed in 2020). The film is a testimony to the courage, resilience and spirit of these enigmatic women and has helped navigate a dialogue around issues of technology and whether platforms have become more invasive or accessible. #InternationalWomensDay #BreaktheBias

The full version of the film can be seen here:

Concept and creation by:
Shemiza Rashid & Sophie Gresswell

Originally commissioned by:
Revoluton Arts - Matrix Co-Lab Commission

Participant Credits:
Jasmine Mbye
Moriam Grillo
Joanne Hudson-Lett
Rae Leaver
Rachael Donlan 

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Our new factory window commission features The Fashion Breakdown which is ran by our very own Creative Pioneer Aimee Gomez.

Fashion is in the bones of Luton, and one of the key ethos of The Fashion Breakdown is to promote the town's rich history and links to the textile industry, whilst informing and inspiring on the career paths and options within the fashion industry.

The fashion breakdown is an educational and careers advisory platform delivered online, through events as well as workshops, focused on informing and guiding anyone who dreams of a career in the fashion industry.

Mini Commission for #factorywindow

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