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Sophie created artwork for collaborative exhibition ‘CUNT’


Curated by Laundry Arts
October, 2017

I was asked to participate in a colaborative art exhibition featuring women and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) creatives. The exhibition, held at KK Outlet gallery in Hoxton, curated by The Laundry Arts founder Georgina, and in connection with depop and Babyface, invites aritsts and viewers to question the word and it’s associated themes.

In true Peach Diaries style, I illustrated an A2 poster asking viewers to question the reasons we take female contraceptives: ‘why is it assumed I must alter my mind and body, my physical and mental state, just for easier sex?’

Other exhibiting artists were Ahaad Alamoudi, Dafy Hagi, Jameson, Georgina Johnson and Giulia Tomasello.

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ISSUE 02 IS HERE!
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