With an avid interest in authorship, Becky Warnock (b. 1988) worksas an artist to raise questions about modern identities and thepolitics or representation. From launching a pop –up Women’s museum as astatement of protest against the Jack the Ripper Musuem to her project The Colonial Eye which interrogates therole of NGO imagery in the representation of Africa; she has dedicated herpractice to furthering the dialogue around social justice. Both in the UK andinternationally, she has led community engagement departments of Photovoice andPhotofusion, and developed programmes for the Tate, Open Eye Gallery andPhotoworks. 

A co-founder of the Art Council supported FORM.

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