Sue Golden creates artwork for 400 Women exhibition at Shoreditch Town Hall London EC1
London based artist and curator Sue Golden was invited to participate in a poignant exhibition, a large scale ongoing project highlighting the brutal murders and rapes of more than 400 women.
Most of these murders, that have been going for over a decade in the US border town of Ciudad Juárez Mexico, have never been brought to trial.
Golden was given a small, rough image of Merlin Elizabeth Rodriguez Saenz, aged 16 who was a Cotton Field sex murder victim in April 2000. See her final image above. This exhibition, in partnership with Amnesty International, and has been extended through to Sunday 5 December .
Sue Golden's LPA profile page.