Last Updated on Friday, 23 May 2014 08:39
Her artistic statement is:
My work is about human rights of women as well as social justice and social rights which are also integral part of organic agriculture and processing.
Above is part of her recent exhibition in the M16 Gallery in Australia’s capital city, Canberra.
The link to the exhibition: "Stitches in the Night" http://m16artspace.com.au/?p=818
These Certified Organic textile artworks powerfully invite discussions around human rights issues and in particular violence against women. Her rugs and quilts evoke domestic spaces and act as a canvas to womens' everyday lives under violence.
These artworks give a visual interpretation of the principles of Ecology and Social Responsibility through independent certification of the completed work by Global Organic Textile Standard .
For more information on “Certified Organic Textile Art” and “Atelier Zuhal” go to the website www.atelierzuhal.com