Still I Rise is a startling new art exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary showcasing feminism, gender and resistance.
It is a two-month long display focused on the history and progression of feminism dating back to the 19th century using unconventional mediums such as architects and activists.
Nottingham Contemporary, at Weekday Cross, has collaborated with the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea to give the people of Nottingham a different take on feminism, gender and resistance.
It will be available to view until January 27 and consists of four rooms including a screening space, reading area and a forum.
The exhibition prompts its viewers to discuss and debate the topic of feminism through live events, workshops and performances.
For more information visit the Nottingham Contemporary website.
Footage of the exhibition and thoughts from Cecilia Sosa
By Eve Watson and Elizabeth Price