Working as a self-titled craftivist, British artist Carrie Reichardt blurs the boundaries between craft and activism, combining muralism with mosaics to create intricate, highly-politicised works of art. Reichardt often speaks about the use of craft and art as a tool for protest and representation, taking a particular interest in women's rights and campaigning against the death penalty.

For the work "Vi er alle like", Norwegian for "we are all the same", Reichardt hosted a two-day workshop for youth during the 2017 Nuart Festival. The theme of the workshop was pride and coincided with Stavanger Gay Pride.

Details Title: Vi er alle like Creator: Carrie Reichardt Date Created: September 2017 Location Created: Østervåg 26, 4006 Stavanger Type: Installation​​​​ ​Rights: ©Nuart Festival, ©Brian Tallman Photography Medium: Printed Ceramic Tiles Art Genre: Mosaic Art Movement: Street Art Art Form: Mosaic Support: Wall Depicted Location: Private building

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