Femanoid at Belém Library in Lisbon

I am presenting a series of drawings from my larger art project Femanoids at the Belem Library, a public library housed in an 18th century palace with a reading room named by Ana de Castro Osório (1872-1935), a Portuguese writer, republican and feminist. 11 femanoids joyfully speculate on the situation of women, historically subject to structural processes of dehumanization.

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