Davide Dormino

Assange, Manning, Snowden, ...

Placed in this scenic environment, this artwork by Davide Dormino gets a new dimension. They who are imprisoned, tortured or in exile are the truly free ones, for having stood for their values.

"Anything to say?", is a life size bronze sculpture, portraying three figures each one standing on a chair. The fourth chair is empty because it is our chair. The one for us to stand up on to express ourselves or simply to stand next to Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning, who had the courage to say no to the intrusion of global surveillance and to lies that lead to war. Both loved and hated, they chose to loose the comfort zone of their lives to tell the truth.