‘Get The Point!?
’by Isa S. Noorudeen & Yusuf J. Noorudeen
A father and son photography piece to promote thought on the role of guardians. Are we aware of what are our spheres of influence and who are our role models.
“22 seconds to murder” is an artistic representation in memory of Azaan John Kaleem (AJ) and other victims of knife crime.
On 22nd March 2018, an 18-year-old boy from Luton, AJ, was a victim of a 22-second attack, where he was stabbed in broad daylight, which ultimately resulted in his death.
Haleema Ali is the curator of this project and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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2 Seconds to Murder
The “22 Seconds to Murder” event was a tribute to Azaan John Kaleem, or AJ, an 18-year-old victim of a 22-second knife attack that occurred on March 22, 2018 in Luton. The event was an artistic representation of AJ’s story and was aimed at raising awareness about knife crime and its devastating effects on victims and their families.
The “22 Seconds to Murder” campaign reached all the way to 10 Downing Street, showing the significant impact it had in raising awareness about knife crime. It was a powerful reminder of the devastating consequences of such violence and the importance of working towards preventing it.
The loss of AJ was a tragic reminder of the toll that knife crime takes on individuals and communities. The “22 Seconds to Murder” event served as a tribute to AJ and other victims of knife crime, honoring their memory and bringing attention to the issue in the hopes of preventing similar tragedies in the future. It was a poignant and meaningful way to bring attention to an issue that affects so many people and to encourage people to take action to address it.
The event featured a variety of artistic contributions from a range of artists, including a father and son photography piece by Isa Noorudeen and his son. The piece explored the role of guardians and the influence they have on the people around them, encouraging viewers to consider who they look up to and the impact those role models have on their lives.