Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Name: Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Location: Birmingham

Created by: Sally Chinea

Sponsor: Ocado

We need to be more grateful than ever to all key workers. During these unprecedented times we are asked to stay at home in order to keep ourselves and loved ones safe while keyworkers continue to work harder than ever to keep us all fed, connected and safe. Heroes are not those who fly in the sky or wear capes, but the ones who are by our side in difficult times. We are all in this together, and together we can beat this.

Sally’s artistic practice explores boundaries and preconceptions, in particular the distinctions between craft, fine art and gender stereotyping. She enjoys using craft practices, particularly the ones that are traditionally associated with women and domesticity, to create contemporary art, with a love for site specific creation. She also works with communities and within the education system, running workshops and art projects using creative ideas based on repurposed, recycled, reused, reclaimed, upcycled art.

Ocado is the world’s largest online grocery retailer, stocking over 40,000 products and the only place you can buy M&S Food online. Whether you’re looking for well-loved household brands, great-value Ocado Own Label, organic ingredients, or home and lifestyle items – there’s an Ocado just for you, all delivered by their friendly drivers in handy 1-hour slots. Ocado is committed to sustainability and have the lowest food wastage of any other British grocer at just 0.04%.

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