Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Alexis Hunter

Dialogue with a Rapist

Dialogue with a Rapist

Alexis Hunter. Dialogue with a Rapist, 1978.

Description:
This work documents the artist's exchange with a rapist in Bermondsey, London, 1978, and is based on an actual experience. The script is a hand-written account of the dialogue between the two, where the artist/victim reasons with the rapist and manages to escape. A series of 10 in total, the photographs were produced by superimposing images of a knife onto the scene of the crime.

Medium:
Mixed Media

Tags:
dialogue, rapist, photography, handwriting, London, knife, rape, escape, night, feminism

Images
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Location
London, London
England

Contact
13 Hillier House, 46 Camden Square
London, London
England
alexishunter@mail.com

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