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Hidden Voices
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Hidden Voices:

The languages that resist

From 20 April to 2 June 2024

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CAMERA - Italian Center for Photography

CAMERA - Italian Center for Photography

Via delle Rosine, 18, Turin

Closed now: open at 11:00

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The Hidden Voices project. The languages that resist is created by CAMERA and Chora Media, in cultural partnership with Lavazza, and involves the commissioning of three unpublished works by Arianna Arcara (Monza, 1984), Antonio Ottomanelli (Bari, 1982) and Roselena Ramistella (Gela, 1982) on theme of linguistic minorities in the internal areas of the Italian peninsula.

The daily story of the Albanian Arbereshe community in Sicily, of the groups of Greek-Italian speakers of Salento Greece in Puglia and of the Franco-Provençal ones of the Aosta Valley describe a visual, morphological and sound landscape, rich and articulated, where contemporaneity meets with the myth. The memory of the oral heritage, however, is experiencing a crucial moment due to the intensification of the dynamics of population aging, the urbanization of large metropolises by the youngest, the massive tourism of places or - conversely - their depopulation.

The visual part of the project will be integrated by a journalistic research component that will take shape on podcasts. The collective exhibition is hosted in Room 6 of the CAMERA headquarters, on the occasion of EXPOSED Torino Foto Festival.

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Via delle Rosine, 18, Turin, Italy

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Opening hours

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monday 11:00 - 19:00
tuesday 11:00 - 19:00
wednesday 11:00 - 19:00
thursday 11:00 - 21:00
friday 11:00 - 19:00
saturday 11:00 - 19:00
sunday 11:00 - 19:00

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8.00 € instead of 12.00€

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