transnational migration and immigration - non ho paura dell'uomo nero

multimedia installation with 2 videoprojections, 12(h)x65x82 ft   see gallery    see video

Scuola Permanente dell'Abitare, OCRA, Montalcino, Italy November 9-30 2018
Transnational Migration and Immigration was created by Franca Marini for the Human Rights Institute gallery at Kean University, Union, NJ, in February 2018.
The installation will be reinterpreted by the artist within the 16th century cloister of the Sant'Agostino historical complex, Montalcino, Italy, seat of the Scuola Permanente dell'Abitare.

opening Friday Nov 9 at 7pm
The presentation of Franca Marini's art installation will open the Non ho paura dell'uomo nero (I am not afraid of the black man) event series related to migration issues. Non ho paura dell'uomo nero is organized by the Scuola Permanente dell'Abitare, OCRA Montalcino and Comune di Montalcino. On the occasion the video A new life  will also be presented. The video consists of testimonies by migrants from Tunisia, Togo, Eritrea, Kurdistan and Bangladesh some of which collected by the artist in Riace, the Italian village known worldwide for the intelligent assistance and inclusion policy towards migrants carried out by Mayor Domenico Lucano.

Food and music from Togo will follow. Percussionist Kossivi Sodja will give a music performance with the djembe drum.

IMAGE Kos+Non Ho paura EVENTI