Radical Acts of Care, 

virtual exhibition

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.


The exhibition also aims to raise awareness of Chance4Charlie. A fundraising campaign for life-saving Neurosurgery for Charlie. For more info go to www.chance4charlie.com 

On the 1st of April, Ganapati restaurant hosted a private view and fundraiser opening the physical exhibition which consists of 10 large pieces and postcards made by Fitz & Vinter, friends, family and those submitted by the public which will be on show throughout the summer. The virtual exhibition went live on Sunday the 7th April but will be continually evolving, as more works are added.

The virtual exhibition is comprised of three sections or gallery spaces; diptych's, multi-media collages and a community of postcards.  Begin by exploring diptychs. 

Click to download a PDF map from the physical exhibition, with an exploration of the theme and notes on curation. 

Leaflet design by Pam Williams

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