Arts Lab Collection
This page hosts two collections - the No Hidden Door collection and the Voices of Insight Collection
No Hidden Door Collection
The No Hidden Door Collection is a series of original artworks designed to illuminate the importance of making the ‘door’ of responding services/organisations more visible to the public, and valued ongoingly by industry as a social response to victim-survivors of domestic, family and sexualised violence.
Click on the image to open the No Hidden Door collection in a lightbox
View the Artist talk (8.5mins) | No Hidden Door Collection
No Hidden Door Collection | Artworks © Louise Whelan. These artworks were developed in with Insight Exchange and each image is protected by copyright. To use No Hidden Door images permission must be sought from Insight Exchange – Apply here
Voices of Insight Collection
The Voices of Insight Collection is a series of original artworks inspired by the Insight Exchange Voices of Insight narratives. The initiative is designed to illuminate visual metaphors and symbols used by Insight Exchange participants as part of how they describe their lived experiences of domestic and family violence to inform social, service and systemic responses.
Each of these artworks was developed by collaborating Artist Louise Whelan and is informed by the participants who shared their voices of insight.
Read more about the intention of the Voices of Insight Collection with collaborating Artist Louise Whelan.
Read more about the Insight Exchange Arts Lab
Voices of Insight Collection - Full narratives
Click on the artwork below to read the full Voices of Insight narrative (available English only)
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These artworks were developed in consultation with participants and each image is protected by copyright. To use Arts Lab Collection images permission must be sought from Insight Exchange – Apply here
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