All The Women We Have Loved

is a community art project that celebrates the power of female friendship. The project was founded by Eliza Summerlin, who found herself adrift when she moved to a new city and felt very far from her friends. She began exploring notions of intimacy, trust, romanticism, and familiarity, and wanted to know what other people were thinking about it. How does friendship change as we get older? What are the boundaries between friend and lover? How do women explode our ideas about partnership? Eliza approaches this work from a position of queerness and wants to explore the intersections of personal identity and relationships.

ATWWHL is intended to be an inclusive space to navigate modern friendship. It is something we are building together. Check out the contact page for more information about submissions or to reach out to Eliza.