art4freedom

​Art Against Slavery and Human Trafficking

Marie-13-ani finalFlorin-18 from RomanFinal

Răzvan-I am not for sale

Angel

By Melina Aged 15
THE MEN

Anca-18-ani

NO Entry by Gerasimos Lorandos

The waiting room to print

 

Wearing Her Story to print

 

The NO Project is honoured to be included in the insightful essay by Professor Zoe Trodd, Am I Still Not a Man and a Brother?

 

“In contrast to the trope that brands individuals’ experiences onto their backs, the No Project released a poster in 2012 titled “Wearing Her Story,” made by the artist Ismini Black. A woman’s dress hangs alongside carcasses in a butcher’s window. There are letters cut out of the dress and the words are impossible to piece together. By replacing a woman’s body with just her dress, the poster refuses to inscribe slavery’s story onto her flesh. She might wear her story like a removable item of clothing, but it is not the last word on her total identity. Instead it remains impossible to grasp and therefore consume, unlike the poster’s chunks of meat. More than 150 years after Gordon exposed his back, someone finally refused to display the scars.”

more than you know

Thin Line poster

Angela poster

Diamonds by Myra Dracopoulos

 

Fabrica

Tear Girl

Diane FINAL

School Yard Wall Art FINAL

 

Hide by Katerina

 

No right to touch me

work abroad poster

SLAVERY IS IN OUR HANDS

Cocoa Slavery

Chocolate Wire FINAL

Cocoa Slavery?you choose

Chocolate - Your Choice

RED STRING by you

 


Published by The NO Project