Neither Here, Nor There explores issues around women's rights, social justice and dual heritage

Neither Here, Nor There – Jess Nash

Neither Here, Nor There is a new group exhibition at Vauxhall’s social justice and human rights centre, The Foundry, featuring works by a roster of international and British BME women artists that explore their dual heritage and feelings of displacement.

The group exhibition brings together 21 artists from diverse backgrounds to also explore issues around women’s rights and social justice with each artwork acting in response to the exhibition title, "Neither Here, Nor There".

The artists taking part are a mix of established and emerging artists, including students and recent graduates. Some of the artists include photographer, Maha Alasaker, renowned for her Women of Kuwait and #ResistancelsFemale series and Aleesha Nandhra, illustrator, printmaker and member of PrintClub London.

Also featured is Areeba Siddique, Pakistani activist, social media influencer and blogger; Nasreen Shaikh Jamal Al Lail, photographer and co-founder of Muslim women's group, Variant Space; Norwich University of the Arts textiles graduate and artist, Faiza Hussain and illustrators Erin Aniker and Jess Nash, co-founders of We Are Here, amongst many others.

Neither Here, Nor There runs until 20 September at The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London SE11. Discover more at aplaceforchange.co.uk.

Crush – Areeba Siddique

Crush – Areeba Siddique

Home – Erin Aniker

Home – Erin Aniker

Maha Alasaker

Maha Alasaker

The Border – Saffa Khan

The Border – Saffa Khan