40.8 by GRAD-London published on 2016-06-17T20:07:02Z Alisa Oleva 40.8 If I think of 'Soviet Superwoman' I think of my grandmother. She would never stop. Except for the single secret moment of rest and silence she once told me about. This audio walk invites you into the world of Soviet women: into the numbers, schedules, statistics, records and achievements, with only rare moments of rest. Just put on the headphones and follow the footsteps. About the exhibition: SUPERWOMAN: ‘WORK, BUILD AND DON’T WHINE' Curated by Dr Natalia Murray, actor and award winning filmmaker Dolya Gavanski and art critic and writer Nadia Plungian, the exhibition presents a fascinating exploration of the iconography of the Soviet woman in propaganda from the October Revolution of 1917 to the fall of the Soviet Union and the arrival of Perestroika in 1991. This exhibition, the 10th in GRAD’s Academy programme, charts the development of the Soviet woman and assesses what her legacy is today.