11.02.2020 | Past events and exhibitions

From the times of the barbarian invasions to those of the Berlin wall, the territory of the Upper Isonzo has been object of conquest, as well as the border between the “east” and “west” of the world: the artist Carmela Cosco, actively involving young people in a workshop to rediscover the cartography of the border in relation to the role of women, will end the creative atelier with a collective performance.

The artist concentrated his investigation on the historical identity of the territory in its quality of limes, also investigating the importance of that “magical undergrowth” of protective natural divinities whose tradition has helped the population, over the centuries, to process the trauma invasion and armed violence.

The investigations of the border carried out during the creative atelier for children, gave birth to the performance Luce al Kita, with the aim of actively contributing to the development of the Millennium Development Goals (peace and social justice, anti-militarism and women empowerment).

The workshop is developed in the project Start The Change – The War and the land, co-financed by the European Union, the Maypole Foundation and the FVG Region