An arrangement of 7 illustration thumbnails sit in a rough circle on a rectangluar white background.
Illustrations from 'meet me where i am' by Merlin Evans
meet me where i am: listening to insights into the mental health system is an audio book of listening experiments co-created with Alex, Anon, Chloe Beale, Florence, Hattie, Helen, Ninette, Sam and Shan. A project researched, developed and led by Eve Loren. Illustrations by Merlin Evans. 

Eve Loren

Mental Health & Justice Project Artist

Eve Loren is an artist, writer and cultural producer with 12+ years’ documentary practice, including award-winning television programmes and work for film, theatre and cultural institutions. Eve spent six years managing survivor-led mental health services in hospitals, prisons, the community and online. Witnessing the catastrophic impacts of austerity, institutional racism, misogyny and discrimination in mental healthcare, she turned her practice towards collective listening as a means of examining power, privilege and injustice in the system.

Eve has presented her work throughout the UK, in Europe and the USA, and has consulted internationally on the development of peer-led mental health services. Her current research and practice explores the rise of fascism and the criminalisation of distress in Britain, trauma, unspeakability and revolt. 

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