Nailwraps: Influences

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Documentation of the event series “Influences'; collaborations with groups of women from across London, exploring current attitudes to gender equality, feminism, female expectations and individual agency. Collected material.  

Artist / Author Phoebe Davies
Reference P2579
Date 2013

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