The impact of calamities and conflicts is most sharply felt by women, and yet, few discussions pay attention to them. During the Tsunami for example, studies have shown that many more women died than men because the men were away at work while the women were in their homes, and many who were outside went back into their homes to fetch children and older people, risking their lives. In these works, women have used their wonderful strokes and stitches to express their concern for the world around them, and how it has changed as a result of natural and man-made disasters—such as the Tsunami or ‘terrorism’.

Women Unite
The Tsunami
Osama and the 9/11
In Solidarity