Exhibition

In the Name of Honour

16 Sep 2016 – 18 Sep 2016

Event times

Private View Friday 16th September at 7pm - 10pm
Saturday 17th - Sunday 18th September 10am-5pm

Cost of entry

FREE

Old Police Station

London, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • Buses 53, 453, 36, 436, 171, 177
  • New Cross Gate (10 min walk) and Deptford DLR (15 min walk)
  • New Cross Station (go out turn left, 5 min walk)

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In the name of honour is a solo exhibition curated by Samiya Younis.
This exhibition explores and confronts honour and honour based violence against women. Drawing upon personal experiences of honour based violence, control, oppression and domestic abuse, exploring my own identity and displacement.

About

Set in an old Edwardian Police Station, as the exhibition title suggests the artwork focus is on exploring the lengths individuals go to restoring their honour which they believe has been tainted or damaged in some way, unbeknown the effects this has on the victim.

Prevailing primarily on postcolonial 1st generation immigrants of Pakistani origins who have settled In the UK whose views have not changed or altered. Their actions leave a lasting effect on the second generation of young British Asian women, in many cases psychological trauma, and often leading to death.

My aim is to create awareness of this practice, inspire dialogue and change through my artwork.

Curators

Samiya Younis

Exhibiting artists

Samiya Younis

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