How Women Create HERSTORY in the history through illustrations
- IWB Post
- February 20, 2015
Indignadas (Outraged Women) Illustration Project consists of a visual record of participation of women in recent public protests around the world, including social movements like 15M (Spain), Occupy Wall Street (NYC), and feminist movements like Femen, Pussy Riot, SlutWalk, and Alfombra Roja (Red Carpet, Peru).
María María Acha-Kutscher turns photographs from press and witnesses into drawings that she prints onto large format tarps for exhibitions in public spaces.
The aim of the Indignadas series is to make women’s efforts more visible and place women at the center of these social struggles. A memory bank that shows future generations that social changes throughout history were made by women and men together.
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