Kate Daudy has inscribed and embroidered a standard issue UNHCR tent in which a family lived for several months with phrases and quotations she gathered in conversations with displaced people in many countries. To research the work, Daudy travelled around the Middle East and Europe asking diplomats, refugees, psychologists, aid workers, doctors, peace-workers, volunteers, religious leaders and soldiers from nearly 60 countries for anything that could be learned for the future from this deep crisis, which now affects some The work comprises a series of written interventions across the Middle East, the USA and the UK, a short film made by US documentary maker Odessa Rae, which has been seen in many different media, as well as a funding project in Syria with internally displaced women. The positive response to these interviews have generated further questions and an array of artworks, a film, a series of talks, processions and participatory performance pieces as the work travels around Europe and, from , the United States, with the aim of raising an awareness of mans capacity to transcend circumstance and strive for a better future. The dignity and grace of the people she met touched Daudy all the more for the devastating nature of their circumstances. Daudy funded this endeavour through the sale of her own work.
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Hard Candy is a American thriller film  focusing on a year-old female vigilante's trapping and torture of a man whom she suspects of being a sexual predator. It was the first feature film for Slade, who had primarily directed music videos. It had limited release in two theaters in the US. The film opens with a sexually charged, flirtatious online chat between year-old Hayley Stark and Jeff Kohlver, a year-old photographer. Jeff and Hayley meet at a coffeehouse, and he takes her back to his house. Hayley makes them both screwdrivers and asks him to take photographs. Before he can, Jeff gets dizzy, his vision blurs, and he falls to the floor unconscious.