|Title:||Cracked Face (Timelapse)|
Body painting timelapse video. Short video produced to coincide with the launch of the My Body My Rights (MBMR) Global Campaign.
Hikaru Cho (choo-san), a Japan-based artist, who created body art for Amnesty's My Body My Rights campaign, February 2014. The text on the board in this film reads - You have the right to live free from rape and sexual violence.
The aim of the MBMR campaign is to draw attention to what happens when people’s rights over their own bodies are violated - breaking the silence about issues that are often not openly discussed and raising awareness about each individual’s bodily and personal autonomy.
Hikaru Cho's artwork was based on five 'body rights':
1. …choose who you love
2. …decide if or when to have children.
3. …know and learn about sex and relationships.
4. …sexual and reproductive health care, including contraception.
5. …live free from rape and sexual violence.
|Notes (on language or music rights etc):||
493412 JAPANESE HEART
|Language:||ENGLISH , INTERNATIONAL , SPANISH , FRENCH , ARABIC|
CONCERN: SEXUAL RIGHTS
|Tags:||Hikaru Cho (choo-san), Body Art, Spot|
|Copyright Type:||Amnesty International|
|Copyright Credit:||© Amnesty International (Artist: Hikaru Cho / Videographer: Jim Marks)|
|Agreement Type:||Agreement applies|
- Exclusive, unrestricted use in all Amnesty International materials, worldwide, in any known or unknown media in relation to the 'My Body My Rights' 2 year campaign (ending 07/03/2016)
- Amnesty may use it's descretion to allow use of the materials by third parties for the purposes of promoting the 'My Body My Rights' campaign only, including but not limited to media and merchandising uses.
- The artist (Hikaru Cho) has requested that she be credited as the artist wherever posible in relation to this image.
- At the end of the 'My Body My Rights' Campaign, Amnesty should contact Hikaru Cho to negotiate usage in perpetuity.
|Agreement Notes:||As above|
|Date Photo or Video Created:||27/02/2014 00:00|