Santuario Europa

Starting with the recent violent events occurred in Europe, a deep sense of fear has resurfaced, pervaded and grown into the conscience of the weakest portions of population. This sense of fear changes people’s behavior – it acts just like an actual revolution – transforming their relationship with the community and with the landscape they live in. These fractures and the changes that they entail, can serve to build bridges of knowledge enabling people to move back to places that have become distant, to bring these places closer to our everyday life, joining the damaged ends. This can happen when fears don’t get exploited, when they can be freely

Photo Credits: Antonio Ottomanelli

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