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Phoenix: Impact of Domestic Violence and Abuse is an online art installation, live-stream event and podcast exploring the psychological and physical impacts of domestic violence and abuse, raising awareness and giving hope to victims.

Artist Angie Hardwick has collaborated with Dr Parveen Ali (Health Sciences School) to create ceramic works that reflect the physical, psychological and emotional impacts of domestic violence and abuse, drawing on a series of consultations in which survivors discussed their experiences.

Click here to view the art installation – part of Festival of the Mind's Protopia exhibition.

Click here to tune in to the live event – 17 September, 1pm.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

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