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Represent is a series of artworks inspired by the Representation of the People Act 1918. While the act gave the vote only to women over 30, Represent invites young female artists to explore democracy, equality and inclusion in contemporary Britain. Presented by 14-18 NOW and supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Represent is accompanied by a programme of events, talks and professional development opportunities.

Commissioned by 14-18 NOW, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

Represent Commissions

Sortition

Selina Thompson Sortition

Free Bristol

Developed with non-voters, this provocative new work imagines what the UK would look like with representatives selected not by election but by lottery.

Poet in da Corner

Debris StevensonPoet in da Corner

London

The female poet, musician and dancer revisits how London’s grime scene gave her a voice in this new work, which marks the centenary of UK women winning the right to vote.

Make Me Up

Rachel Maclean Make Me Up

BBC TV Broadcast

Siri wakes to find herself trapped inside a brutalist candy-coloured dreamhouse, where she and her inmates are forced to go head-to-head in a series of demeaning tasks. Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean has created a world that is both seductive and dangerous; a place where surveillance, violence and submission are a normalised part of daily life.

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Sylvia

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London

This vital musical homage to the campaigning suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst celebrated the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918.

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Cause and Effect

ROUNDHOUSE WITH AKALA, GAIKA, HOLLIE MCNISH AND MORECause and Effect

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A digital project bringing together some of the UK's most exciting new and emerging music and spoken-word artists to investigate how the First World War relates to young people in Britain today.

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Processions

Artichoke Processions

Belfast / Cardiff / Edinburgh / London

14-18 NOW and Artichoke invited women* and girls across the UK to join this major mass-participation artwork celebrating 100 years since women won the vote.

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Pages of The Sea

Danny Boyle Pages of The Sea

Free UK Wide

Filmmaker Danny Boyle invites you to join him in marking 100 years since Armistice and the end of the First World War.

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