As part of London Design Festival 2018
The Graffiti Wall lets people come throughout the day to leave a message on and illustrate their ideas for a better world. These recordings will be compiled to document the thoughts, ideas and questions about the world in 2018. It is a social space that evokes discourse amongst the community and gather their responses to better understand the importance of recorded and documented historical evidence.
It is a participatory workshop and exhibition which lets the reader take the active position of producer giving people agency to become co-creators.
Sara Abdalla is a multidisciplinary Artist Designer Maker she works with Graffiti,relief printing and collage to communicate the narrative.
A social activist she founded Creative Visionaries studio in 2010 a community interest group which aims to bring creative community engagement and participation to people in the most deprived communities.
Her work is social and political which aims to start dialogue and encourage critical thinking breaking barriers to bring different people's together, ideas and unite cultures. Sara encourages the reader to have agency and question their position of the producer text readings. Many of the works are multidisciplinary, participatory and become public displays, installations and murals for everyone to access.
As a cultural critic her work explores War, Muslim & African diaspora, transculturalism, colonialism multiculturalism and Islamophobia.
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