Serving Life: ReVisioning Justice
January 5 - 25
Hidden Voices is a radically inclusive, participatory, and co-creative collective committed to creating just, compassionate, and sustainable relationships. This network of relationships connects communities across difference and provides pathways for global change.
Serving Life Exhibit connects the audience to the humanity of those who are incarcerated. How do people end up on death row? Following the lives of 15 men on death row, their personal narratives shed light on compounded layers of systemic oppression. Their path through life highlights the impact of generational trauma and the social and systemic forces that result in a lifetime in prison, or death row. The exhibit creates pathways for empathy and compassionate action.
Hidden Voices and VAE are working together to find local artists to be paired with each incarcerated participant. Artists will create a piece of art that evokes the compassion of Hidden Voices and the accounts of the incarcerated individuals.