Via di Tor Pignattara, 90
The video project was born from a dystopian vision of the future and catastrophic, whose germinal stage it seems already begun: a future in which diversity is not tolerated, the most disadvantaged social strata are removed and isolated for fear and ignorance.
The projections of the faces of immigrants Pigneto, symbolically trapped in water meter boxes from which they can not free, thus highlighting the climate of hatred that lingers in our country.
The work is held: the artists involved foreign kids in the neighborhood too often discriminated, filmandoli and, at a later time, They have drawn the images digitally.
Nicholas Fork and Martina Mele
Young duo moved to Rome.
Nicholas Fork, Born in Teramo in 1993, degree in Modern Literature at the University of Florence. He concludes the Bachelor's Degree in Theater, Cinema, Dance and Digital Arts at the University of Rome. Film enthusiast since childhood, made several short films and independent autoprodotti.
Martina Maria Mele, classroom 1994, born in the province of Lecce.
Degree in Philosophy, moved to Rome attended the Bachelor's Degree in Theater, Cinema, Dance and Digital Arts at the University of Rome. His main interest is the film critic: currently he writes for a film revisits online, The Dark Mirror.