Kurdish artist holds femininity artistic project in Sulaimani

Pieces of clothes from women are hung in Sulaimani city, October 26, 2020. Sartep Othman/Esta Media Network

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — A Kurdish artist woman held a femininity artistic project in Sulaimani on Monday to address violence that women are facing in the Kurdistan Region.

Tara Abdulla, founder of the femininity artistic project, said the idea of the project arose to her as a female figure who is also struggling in the Kurdish society.

“The suffering encouraged a significant move towards writing the project,” Abdulla said in video released by the Civil Development Organization, which supports the project.

The project includes pieces of clothes from more than 99,678 women who had faced violence in the Region. All the pieces are sown and hung outside Nali Park up to the Court of Sulaimani.

The length of the project is 4,800 meters and it is considered as the longest dress work of art in the Kurdistan Region.

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