Curated by: Sedici, Teatro Metropopolare
On the occasion of the World Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the La Nara Anti-Violence Center, within the ATHENS project (Territorial Action Against the Violence of Genera), promotes the Center for contemporary art Luigi Pecci of Prato the domestic exhibition. Assisting in violence, curated by Sedici independent group of photographers, and Teatro Metropopolare, artistic research collective in the theatrical field.
In Italy it is estimated that 427,000 minors, in just five years, have experienced violence at home against their mothers, in almost all cases carried out by a man, almost always the father (Source: Save the Children ).
It is called witnessed violence. Girls and children who directly or indirectly witness the mistreatment, witnesses and victims of abuse that they are forced to suffer.
The two collectives propose a reflection on this difficult theme through an unprecedented installation path, conceived by Sedici for the spaces of the Centro Pecci. The exhibition consists of photographic images and a soundtrack, which leads the spectators to take on a new point of view on the concepts of violence and mistreatment. The audio work curated by the director Livia Gionfrida and her Metropopolare ensemble dialogues with the photographic exhibition of Filippo Bardazzi, Claudia Gori and Margherita Nuti.