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'New Dawn' is a contemporary artwork by Mary Branson commemorating the long campaign that led to some women gaining the vote in 1918, and all women in 1928.
Unveiled in 2016, it resulted from a six-month residency in the Houses of Parliament followed by over a year of design and construction.
This film, the first of five exploring 'New Dawn', looks at the development of the concepts behind the artwork
This second 'New Dawn' film looks at the creation of the sculpture's glasswork
The third 'New Dawn' film looks at the design and manufacture of the sculptures metal framework
This film documents the challenging installation of 'New Dawn'
The final 'New Dawn' film focuses on the artwork's spectacular unveiling in Westminster Hall
Listen to well-known parliamentarians and actors reading the words of leading figures connected to women's suffrage