Nepal is a brief visual investigation that explores the lives and routines of women in rural Nepal developed in 2011. Nepalese women are marked by poverty and gender inequality – a very urgent human rights issue in the country that leaves women marginalised to domestic lives, unpaid, or low paid work. Still, Nepalese women are essential for the wellbeing and subsistence of their families and communities.
“La revolución más grande y triunfante del siglo veinte, sin tanques, ni fusiles es la de las mujeres. No estalló repentinamente, ha sido paulatina y silenciosa y continúa en el día a día”.
“The biggest and more successful revolution of the twentieth century, without guns or war tanks, is women’s revolution. It didn’t explode suddenly, it’s been slow, quiet and continuous, in the everyday.”