Get reflections on the general project, and on 'A Call to Action', from me and fellow angels.
For over 100 days, I have been making angel wings out of trash and posting my progress on Instagram. Call Us Angels looks at the complicated relationship between gender and the ecological crisis, aiming to inform and learn from other women about this relationship.
Now is a chance for me and fellow angels to reflect on the project so far: what worked, what didn't work and what Call Us Angels may look like in the future.
Explore the links below to find out what these angels have been thinking.
'A CALL TO ACTION'
The walk took 4 hours, and was live streamed from 9am to 1pm.
This was the first time the trash angel wings were taken out of the container of Instagram and were placed onto the streets of Guildford. At the end of the walk, we called on fellow angels to continue to learn and share information about gender and the ecological crisis. We also invited them to make their own angel wings out of trash.
To see the highlights from the walk, click here.
To see the final call to action at the end of the walk, click here.
To find out about how the angels felt during 'A Call to Action', click on the links below.