This poster connects directly to the on-going #StopOxevision campaign, resisting the roll-out of surveillance cameras into bedrooms on psychiatric wards. As technology advances, it will continue to be applied in ways that violates the human rights of Mad people, often as a test ground for further roll-outs to other oppressed groups, and eventually everyone.

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An Archive of Propaganda from a Mad People’s Uprising

This artwork is part of Lilith (Lea) Cooper’s imagined fictional archive of downloadable posters from The Mad People’s Uprising of 2033, commissioned for SMHAF 2023.

It asks what a Mad revolution might look like, creating a space to imagine beyond the present day, and locating today’s Mad, survivor and mental health activism in a longer genealogy.