a woman’s place

http://www.dayandgluckman.co.uk. looking at the project ‘a woman’s place’ curated by Lucy Day and Eliza Gluckman. 20 female artists reflecting and evaluating the status of women in the 40 years since UK’s enactment of the Sex Discrimination (1974). selected works explore the omission and gaps in the historical narrative, the passive voice of the domestic female, the mother-daughter bond, the female body, femininity, equality, the past and the present…. and the irish context? a woman’s place 1937 to present. unchanged in the constitution. (image: irish constitution.2017. Article 41.2. p.162. http://www.constitution.ie/Documents/Bhunreacht_na_hEireann_web.pdf).

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