Media: Fine Art Print on archival 100% cotton paper
Number in Edition: 90 each signed by Angie Dennis
Print Size: A2 420 x 594 mm
Framed (white): 770 x 600 mm
"This years pieces have been inspired by women and bringing their stories forward, whether its the role of my mother, equality between men and women or simply bringing the story of women in history into conversation. As always my pieces are meant to inspire conversation and are not meant to be political statements. I've also created two pieces based on my love for the environment."
Gender equality is being discussed within the media and in some cases it's being recognised as the realisation of both modern and economic efficiency, the Kingfisher represents prosperity, the gentleman's watch to represent a male perspective and time for change, the Camelia flower, worn by the suffragette Kate Sheppard, represents New Zealand as the first country to allow woman the vote in 1883. The scales show the balance between male and female.
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