Violet-Rose Goens (she/her)

Violet-Rose is a Canadian-British multidisciplinary artist. Focused on costume and set design for theatre, Violet-Rose is interested in media revolving the female psyche and telling queer women’s stories. Violet-Rose previously worked on a multi-piece project illustrating the intricate relationships between the roles of women in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaids Tale - which ended with her turning herself into a systematically oppressed red tulip. She can be found on weekends wondering the galleries of the V&A, or in vintage stores in Shoreditch, scouring the racks for 1960s dresses to add to her 80- piece vintage dress collection.
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