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2019

#WeightOf TheEighth

Company The Public House
Client Repeal Movement
  • Gold
    4 Change - Creative for Change
Creative Director and Copywriter
Jarrod Banadyga
Creative Director
Colin Hart
Designer
Cian Hogan
Photographer
Steve Sheehy
Account Director
Catrióna Campbell
Account Executive
Flora Dalton
Creative Director and Copywriter
Jarrod Banadyga
Creative Director
Colin Hart
Designer
Cian Hogan
Photographer
Steve Sheehy
Account Director
Catrióna Campbell
Account Executive
Flora Dalton

On an evening leading up to the Ireland’s Repeal referendum, a projection appeared on the side of the Treasury Building’s “Aspiration” statue, adding a powerful new meaning to the figure of a woman climbing the building.

Originally created in 1995 by artist Rowan Gillespie, the projection added a ball-and-chain to the climbing woman with a heavy metallic 8. It’s a stark reminder of the fight for reproductive rights for the women of Ireland, and the incredible burden of the 8th amendment. The country voted on the removal of the controversial 8th amendment on May 25th, 2018.

The original intention of the sculpture was to represent the country’s struggle for freedom, and this remix continues that narrative with a shift toward the struggle of Irish women to gain reproductive freedom.

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