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Healing Blanket 6 and more art by Multiple Artists

Healing Blanket 6, 2019
84.2 x 87 x 0.5 inch (h x w x d)
Fabric Patchwork with Mixed-Media
unavailable

Artist from Left to Right:

Abril Angel, Mexico 2019, “ Invisibilidad”

Lizeth Arauz, Mexico 2019 “Mujer 19 años”

Norma Patiño, Mexico, 2019 “ Esfera contra la violencia”

Ireri de la Peña, Mexico 1994 “Maria”

Artist Unknown, Mexico 2019 Untitled

Dirse Tovar, Mexico, “El Enemigo” (The enemy)

Ursula Guri, México 2019 “Fragil”

Susana Casarin, Mexico, 2019, Untitled

Silva León, Mexico 2019, “ Untitled”

Statement from Dirse Tovar:

Esta no es una historia, es un pensamiento reflexivo íntimo, que me gustaría compartir:
En el silencio, sumergidas en la violencia cotidiana que nos desdibuja, vamos borrando poco a poco un yo, un nosotras mismas.

El silencio come nuestra autoestima con un gran bocado, arrebata nuestra autoconfianza dejándonos dentro de una profunda oscuridad. Es tan feroz que aniquila nuestro propio instinto de supervivencia.

La violencia silenciada nos lleva al bosque oscuro del dolor, un dolor dentro de un torbellino que nos envuelve en un círculo impenetrable e iracundo.

Nos pone en el centro y pareciera imposible salir de él, pero basta que nuestros labios nombren, digan, denuncien, eviten y rechacen para que poco a poco el torbellino del silencio vaya perdiendo fuerza y así comenzar a caminar sin que nos violenten, o sin violentarnos a nosotras mismas.

Hablar, observarnos y cuestionarnos podría romper esa violencia externa e interna que aplicamos al silenciar.

This is not a story, it is an intimate reflective thought, which I would like to share:

In silence, submerged in the daily violence that blurs us, we gradually erase a self, a ourselves.

Silence eats our self-esteem with a big bite, it takes away our self-confidence leaving us in deep darkness. It is so fierce that it annihilates our own survival instinct.

Silenced violence leads us into the dark forest of pain, a pain within a whirlwind that envelops us in an impenetrable and angry circle.

It puts us in the center and it seems impossible to get out of it, but it is enough that our lips name, say, denounce, avoid and reject so that little by little the whirlwind of silence loses strength and thus begin to walk without being violated, or without violate ourselves.

Talking, observing and questioning ourselves could break that external and internal violence that we apply by silencing. (Dirse Tovar/ Grupo Fotógrafas de México)



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