For me, for her, for you

For me, for her, for you (2018) is a 7 track audio work made in collaboration with Neil Rose. It weaves interview snippets and recorded messages from members of the public, threaded together with new sound work and specially commissioned songs reflecting on the theme of Women & Power.

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Who helped to make this

For me, for her, for you was created with investment from The National Trust, who commissioned this artwork, as part of ‘Women and Power’.

For me, for her, for you was co-edited by LOW PROFILE & Neil Rose, who also mixed & mastered the piece.

LOW PROFILE would like to thank everyone who has been involved in the making of the work, especially all the people who rang the phone line and left messages; the women we interviewed and Cordelia, Holly and Suck My Culture for their brilliant songs. 

Where this work has ended up

For me, for her, for you is available to listen to online as a free downloadable artwork.

Bonus content

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Full contextual information and track details

Artwork Notes

Listen to Holly Kirkby's song 'Something As Simple As This'

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Listen to Cordelia O’ Driscoll's song 'Something In The Water'

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Listen to Suck My Culture's song ‘The Fight Goes On’

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For me, for her, for you

For me, for her, for you was created in response to the National Trust’s ‘Women & Power’ series – a year long programme marking the 100 year anniversary of the passing of the Representation of the People Act (votes for women) and the long struggle for women’s suffrage.

The work has been shaped with the involvement of members of the public, National Trust volunteers and women based within the South West who we researched through the process of making the work.  

We invited members of the public to contribute to the project by ringing a dedicated phone line and leaving messages about women (those who identify as women or non binary) who have inspired them, who go against the grain or who don’t accept the status quo. Alongside these responses, we researched and identified women in Plymouth (where we are based) and the wider South West region, who in different ways make a positive impact in their community and work to change the world for people who come after them. Interviews with some of the women we contacted, alongside the collected phone messages, form the content for this new audio work.

The work also features new sound work by Neil Rose, and three new commissioned songs by singer-songwriters selected by LOW PROFILE for this project through an open call. Cordelia O’ Driscoll, Holly Kirkby and Suck My Culture (Amy, Lizz & Georgia) (all based within the South West) have each written a new ‘protest song’ in response to the project and their own experiences of identifying with the ongoing campaign for women’s rights.