Portfolio & Projects
My contribution to the open call put out by British Indian, multidisciplinary artist Rupi Dhillon. Asking artists in isolation due to the pandemic to create a performance a day during April. Creating a large participatory art piece together. Explore here. (April 2020)
'Be patient', is a collage series, reflecting on medical trauma. Whilst the portraits were taken by my partner artist Oscar Vinter. I have recontextualized them in digital collages as self- portraits, they affirm being visible as a sick person as a radical act; a resistance against being silenced. Explore here.
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Radical Acts of Care, is inspired by Johana Hedva's 'Sick Woman Theory'. Which states that: 'The most anti-capitalist protest is to care for another and to care for yourself.' The virtual multi-media exhibition explores shared vulnerability, the nature of caring and surviving and the position of the sick in society. The exhibition is a collaboration between Charlie Fitz and Oscar Vinter, partners in art and life. Explore here. (April 2019)
‘Being Seen’ is a collaborative photo story created in 2018 by Oscar Vinter and Charlie Fitz. It came about as a by-product of working through feelings of powerlessness in the face of ableism. The photo story explores the dynamics of invisible and visible disability in the private and public sphere. Explore here.