This work was created for the Traces-London 2016 exhibition at Fenton house in Hampstead. It was part of an immersive Art/History experience where Artists and Contemporary Designer/Makers were invited to reinterpret the History of the Gee Family who were living there in 1727. This work is inspired by the women of this Quaker household and is a homage to Quaker women and their efforts to secure the abolishment of slavery. This is an upside down doll, two dolls in one. On one side she is a mid eighteenth century merchants daughter, turn her upside down and she is an African slave girl. Emphasising the Quaker belief that we are all equal in the eyes of God.