CALL OUT FOR MAKERS – WOMEN & PEOPLE OF MARGINALISED GENDERS
Arabel Lebrusan – Femicides –
Come join me, artist Arabel Lebrusan, in creating 81 tiles from broken crockery and plaster for the new artwork “Femicides.”
“Femicides” addresses the gender-based murder of women or girls by men.
This wall piece comprises 81 tiles made from broken crockery embedded in plaster. It symbolizes female deaths in England and Wales resulting from domestic crimes between April 2019 and April 2020. The broken plates serve as an indexical sign, representing the victims of abuse. Each tile features different broken china with unique designs, personifying the individuality of the victims.
Would you like to help me give a voice to those who have lost theirs? Join me on Fridays throughout November and December 2023 at my new studio, Quiet Down There, in Brighton. Simply shoot me a text or email and drop by on a Friday to contribute to the creation!