Women using creativity to bring change

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Ayanda Phasha's Trinity I is one of the eye-catching pieces in the Bathini Abafazi? exhibition. Photo: Supplied
Ayanda Phasha's Trinity I is one of the eye-catching pieces in the Bathini Abafazi? exhibition. Photo: Supplied

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Womanhood is a deeply misunderstood journey rooted in justice and equality. Art has long been a medium that redefines and reimagines positionality.

Women are too easily forgotten and their contributions to history, pop culture or the mainstream media are often erased by patriarchy.

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