Diversity, Just in Colour

“Diversity, Just in Colour” by Alazar, Giorgia, Chiara, Bryan (Genoa, Italy)

“The poster was projected thinking it from the side of a kid, who doesn’t really understand what “difference” and “racism” mean.

The faces are a patchwork of different teenagers coming from different stories – not only different skin colours, but also different genders.

The image of the wall is controversial: walls can separate, but they can also be a symbol of growth and inner struggles to become, again, different in relation with “The Other”.”