On friday, 21st of June 2013, an interesting exhibition starts in Edinburgh/UK.
It also includes 3 works, developed in the DESIGN IN(G) SOCIETY Project.

21.06.2013 | Opening 6.30 pm | Short Art Movies Screening

Arab Revolution Exhibition Art as Resistance.

Since 2011, the Arab Revolutions come with an effervescence of artists that resist, reveal, witness, motivate and demand, using their streets, blogs and other social media.

They explore a creative explosion of different visual styles to condemn the violence of the police and the corrupt regimes, but also to pay tribute to Martyrs and address discussions on culture, religion and society.



[Exhibition Flyer. Click to enlarge!]

Interestingly all three of the chosen projects share the overall topic of gender inequality in egypt:

Project: Don’t judge me! Aynour Tanataki, Farah Galal, Salma El Far, Samar Khazbak, Shaymaa Ezzo

Project: Female Smoking (Gender Inequality) Doha Salah, Farida Hamid, Olfat Helmy, Perihane Mohamedein, Yara Labib

Project: Sexual Harassment Aya Elsify, Esraa Thabet, Hend Awad, Mennat-Allah Kheireldin, Norhan Abdelmohsen, Noura Hussein


Impressions from the Exhibition:

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