The Women's Suffrage Memorial commemorates 100 years of women's right to participate in state elections. It is a reflective quiet place where people walk and sit in the shade. It is a permanent artwork visible from all sides and surrounded by high-rise buildings; so scale was crucial. The memorial needed to be large, with an abstract graphical reading of the historical facts. It therefore uses texts on steel panels and an inserted light box, expressing both resilience and delicacy.
Indian Architect & Builder Vol. 22, Issue 2, p. 94-97