Milan Municipality along with the Giorgio Pardi Foundation and the association CRAMUM, sponsored by the Hungarian Balassi Academy, Rome, present VÌOLA by Andi Kacziba, curated by Sabino Maria Frassà.
"A strong and emotional exhibition by Hungarian artist Andi Kacziba on the reaction and survival of women who experienced any type of psychophysical violences. A creative secret courtyard inside the San Sisto Church adorned with ropes, pottery and works by the artist analyses the effects of the distorted image of women in society, mainly connected to the theme of missed maternity some women experience. All objects and works part of the exhibition are targeted at stimulating a reaction in women, who can rediscover themselves for what they really are and forget about the expectations society has on women. Core symbols of women’s rebirth are the characters of Saint Veronica and the ant-hills, evocative of the power of self-made salvation achieved only throughout one’s forces."