Mayor of London & Tate Collective: #LDNWMN Campaign

My artwork was inspired by Jane Drew, who was my favourite kind of woman - an unapologetic woman who spoke her mind. Drew was an architect and town planner, creating an all-female architectural office at a time where the industry was heavily male-dominated. I created 7 digital portraits on display at Boxpark Croydon to honour her legacy. The background pattern draws inspiration from a secondary school designed by Drew in Chandigarh, India in 1967. 

Commissioned by Mayor of London. Curated by Tate Collective.
London, October 2018.

Commissioned by the Mayor of London and curated by Tate Collective, LDN WMN is a campaign marking 100 years since women first won the right to vote in the UK. The campaign is a series of free public artworks created by 20 women and non-binary artists, inspired by unsung women heroes from London's history. The artworks were on public display throughout London during October 2018.