Without hesitation, we trace borders, nourished by fear and suspicion, being careful to keep the distance that guarantees our detachment. We systematically proceed wary, dismembering everything that diverges, revealing coarsely our scorn. In the name of a foolish truth, we justify any cruelty, in order to support our arrogance. We raise walls without even perceiving that we are every day even more alone.
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 2
“Why do you bring those wide pants? You have to wear the veil, not that colored knittet hat. You’re strange, who are you? ”
“What does it mean? What is an artist and above all what is a female artist? ”
To the Palestinian artist Nidaa Badwan who on November 19, 2013 locked herself in a room for twenty months to protest against Hamas soldiers.
|Original music||Andrea Rellini|
|Dancers||Martina Agricoli, Andrè Alma,Ilaria Fratantuono,
Simona Gori, Roberta Morello, Mattia Solano,
|Directed by||Rosanna and Simona Cieri|
Photo Carlo Pennatini