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Rachel Fallon, Aprons of Power, 2018. Apron wearers: Lynn-Marie Dennehy, Emma Finucane, Eleanor Phillips, Kim Gleeson, Nuala Clarke, Nicole Flanagan. Performance as part of the Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment, shown at EVA International 2018. Photo / courtesy: Darren Ryan
Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment at the March for Choice, Dublin, September 2017. Photo: Natasha Waugh. Courtesy Artists’ Campaign.
Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment at EVA International, Limerick, April 2018. Photo: Deirdre Power. Courtesy Artists’ Campaign.
Emma Haugh, Poverty of Vision, 2017. Performance, 39.30 minutes. Commissioned by the Irish Museum of Modern Art & National Irish Visual Artists Library as part of ROSC 50 / 1967 – 2017. Photo: Louis Haugh. Courtesy the artist.
Anne Tallentire, From, in and with (2014). Box with 24 plan-panels, birch ply, 394 x 394 x 680mm, 24 c-type photographs 320 x 320mm, 24 commissioned ‘100 word’ texts printed in an accompanying publication by Alice Casey, Culturstruction, Grainne Hassett, Ruth Morrow, Jane Rendell and Ellen Rowley (women architects working in Ireland). Commissioned by the National Women’s Council as part of Still, We Work, curated by Val Connor. Installation view at Callan Workshouse Union. Photo: Brian Cregan.
Caroline Campbell (Loitering Theatre), The Feeling of Power (2018). Production photograph from a current project collecting a ‘dataset of feminist radical gestures’ in collaboration with Irish feminists, active from the 1970s onwards.
Isobel Gloag, The Woman with the Puppets, oil on canvas, c.1915. Exhibited as part of NO MORE FUN AND GAMES, a solo exhibition by Jesse Jones at Dublin City Gallery Hugh Lane, that involved the collective curation of an all-female exhibition from the collection by a feminist collective initiated by Jones, establishing a ‘Feminist Parasite Institution’. Photo: Miriam O’Connor. Courtesy the artist.
Saoirse Wall, Sticky Encounter, 2016. HD video, 6 minutes.

Exhibited at Knowledge and Other Myths, Platform, Belfast. Group exhibition co-curated by Saoirse Wall, Tara McKeon, Kerry Guinan, Avril Corroon, Eimear Walshe and Renèe Helèna Browne. Photo/ courtesy the artist.
Ailbhe Smyth, founding director of the Women's Education, Resource and Research Centre (WERRC), University College Dublin (UCD) and convenor for the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment. Photographed wearing Repeal Project jumper, conceived and designed by Anna Cosgrave. Photo: Becks Butler. Courtesy Repeal Project.