In finding financially sustainable ways to continue impact work, are we pushed to capitalise and monetise to the point that relationships ultimately and inevitably will become transactional too?

Photos: Andy Paradise. Participatory installation at Royal Albert Hall opening up conversations around social issues with the public

I've been on a social entrepreneurship journey, finding ways to sustainably continue the work that I do. A little bit of context…

Introduction to this project:

My name is Fié, I’m an artist. At the end of 2020, I enrolled in a business course to try and understand why we are stuck in a financial system that’s broken. My assumption was that corporate cultures are toxic, people hate their 9 to 6…

Immersive installation at Royal Albert Hall, designed by artist Fié Neo, that invites the audience to sit and discuss current socio-political issues. This was back in 2017, in between International Women's March and March Against Racism.

The systemic change that we need on so many levels of social and economic structures require a connection back to basic. Connecting with our feelings and emotions, sensing and feeling the world, learning to listen and learning in processes.

We live in a very data driven world that unfortunately doesn’t…

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Fié Neo is an interdisciplinary artist and intersectional thinker. Instagram @feeyeh_neo | Podcast: OnionsTalk

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