• Geographic Location: Australia and New Zealand
  • Languages: english
  • Age: 60

About me:

I enjoy being human - the exploration of what this term might mean fascinates me

Exhibit change by:

I write haiku
I would like to say as much as possible with minimal words.
change; I exhibit on my skin and in my souls.

I'm passionate about:


Recent Forum Entries

A woman's right to wear Hijab

52 posts | Thursday, September 12, 2013 3:39 AM

Custom and Costume

8 posts | Wednesday, December 15, 2010 4:12 PM

Pregnant & Powerful(?)

16 posts | Friday, September 25, 2009 5:14 AM


Discover MiRA Resource Center

Discover MiRA Resource Center

MiRA promotes equality for black, immigrant and refugee women in Norway. They provide legal assistance and counseling, networking opportunities and a meeting place for young minority women. Check out their incredible documentaries "Odin's Women Colouring the North" and support their cause. (English, Norwegian)

Add Your Name--<br>Stop Domestic Violence

Add Your Name--
Stop Domestic Violence

Say No to Violence Against Women and add your name today to this UN Development Fund for Women's campaign. Every signature counts: The United Nations Foundation will donate $1 for each the first 100,000 signatures.

Vagina Monologues by <br>and for Muslim Women

Vagina Monologues by
and for Muslim Women

Three Moroccan women living in Belgium present twelve poetic, intense and touching monologues called The Veiled Monologues that offer a rare look into the lives of Muslim women. Go beyond the veil and leave all your stereotypes at the theatre door. (French)

The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) is a historic and unprecedented effort of the U.S. government to take leadership in establishing an overall and integrated approach to respond and address violence against women and girls internationally. The Act establishes a Coordinator to Combat Violence Against Women Internationally. The time is now to capitalize on this awareness and support and to enact this comprehensive vision to address the problem of violence against women.

Actions that Change the World

Actions that Change the World

Hundreds of simple everyday actions improve our environment and health. We Are What We Do is a movement that aims to inspire people to change the world one small action at a time. View their list of basic actions and commit to taking action today! --English

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

We all can do our part in stopping Global Warming. helps you calculate your personal impact, reduce it, and even neutralize it! --English

Report Human Trafficking

Report Human Trafficking

Women are often victims of human trafficking -- if you know of a potential trafficking case, speak up! The National Human Trafficking Resource Center toll-free hotline is a multi-lingual, 24-hour service that will follow up on tips, offer crisis support and direct victims towards resources. -- English


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From Community:

Seeing Shadow

For Seeing Shadow, I traced my body and created a pattern that I then knitted in jute. Like Peter Pan who lost his shadow and had to have it sewn back on, I suffer from a reluctance to grow up. Knitting my own shadow was a way of honoring myself as a child.

From Exhibiting You:

This series of paintings is based on my relationship with my younger sister. We have grown up together, then grown apart, then grown back together again, stronger than before. Throughout the years, we have developed a deep friendship and enjoy many shared memories.

From Exhibiting You:

Step into the crowded Dar Taliba, a girls' dormitory in rural Morocco. Photographer Amy Thompson takes you behind the walls that separate girls from the public space of boys and men. All the photographs are unposed and made with available light on film. Follow along with this slide show and discover a hidden world of reading, prayer, sports, whispers and the universal dramas of adolescent years.

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