Herland: In search of a Female Utopia

In celebration of International Women’s Day, a group of artists from Australia and further afield unite in an exhibition of works that present ideologies for a female utopia and what it means to them now and in the future. In solidarity the women embrace diversity and nurture inclusiveness while challenging societal constructs that restrict and constrain. Curated by emerging artist Freÿa Black whose art practice explores the intrinsic nature of being in the world.

Amelia Dowling, It’s not my job to carry your shame, 2018, vintage postcard, cardboard and cotton embroidery thread, 8.5 x 13cm. Photograph: Jenny Lee © Amelia Dowling. Courtesy the artist and The Women’s Library, Sydney

The Women’s Library
8 March to 4 April, 2019
Sydney