Noah’s Daughter encourages people to examine their role in society and their complicity, perhaps, to even endorse its cracks and weaknesses. The work challenges injustice by dint of difference. Even in a society which claims inclusivity, tolerance of difference teeters on a ridge of expectation. I don’t know if Noah had a daughter, but I did wonder – what if? My parents had three daughters and desperately wanted a son. What if I had been John and not Janet? For a start neither my younger sister, nor brother, would’ve been born and I may have learned to read a map by the age of 10.