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A Celebration of International Women's Day

Exhibition  /  06 May 2020  -  12 May 2020
 
Published: 05.05.2020
Moravid Alavifard. Head Piece: Where does the hate come from?, 2018. Fibre, copper.. Approx. 3 Ø x 200 cm. Photo by: Moravid Alavifard. 
. Statement: Representing the hair of women, this woolen piece includes my three questions for people from Iran: Is banning effective for humans? Where does this hate come from? Is respect the solution to such problems?
.  . Moravid Alavifard
Head Piece: Where does the hate come from?, 2018
Fibre, copper.
Approx. 3 Ø x 200 cm
Photo by: Moravid Alavifard

Statement: Representing the hair of women, this woolen piece includes my three questions for people from Iran: Is banning effective for humans? Where does this hate come from? Is respect the solution to such problems?
 
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Intro
The BA (Honours) Jewellery and Objects programme at The School of Jewellery in Birmingham offers students the opportunity to explore many different aspects of contemporary jewellery practice. As part of their studies, students were asked to create works in response to International Women’s Day.