A free exhibition - part celebration of sisterhood and part show of colourful individuality.
Speakers Corner collaborated with Art Director Neesha Champaneria and photographer Vivek Vadoliya to create a vivid set of photographs, part celebration of sisterhood and part show of colourful individuality. Sisterhood was shot around Bradford in 2020, highlighting the beauty and nature of the city and paying tribute to the city.
Mon 27 Sept — Mon 6 Dec 2021 | Price: Free | Just turn up.
Sisterhood is part of Peaceophobia, a performance that explores car culture and islamophobia, co-created by Speakers Corner and Common Wealth and co-produced by Fuel
You can see Sisterhood for free at Contact as part of Peaceohpobia, which takes place in Bradford and Manchester in September. Tag us in your posts at #SpeakersSisterhood #Peacophobia
Neesha Tulsi Champaneria is a British Indian Stylist and Costume Designer from Bradford currently based in London. Working across fashion, music video and film. Collaborations include Adidas, Barbican, Dazed, King Kong, Priya Ragu, Selfridges, Vogue Italia, Universal Records and Warner Music.
Vivek Vadoliya is a British Indian Photographer and Director based in London. Clients and publications include The Face, i-D, Elle India, King Kong Magazine, British Vogue, British Journal of Photography, BBC, Adidas and Nike.
Speakers Corner is a political, creative collective of women and girls who bring people together to create positive action in Bradford. Speakers Corner is a sister project of Common Wealth.
Common Wealth make award-winning site-specific theatre events that encompass electronic sound, new writing, visual design and verbatim. Their work is political and contemporary – based in the present day, the here and now. It is relevant and addresses concerns of our times.