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Virginiapertutte. Play/Action from "A Room of One's Own" by Virginia Woolf

Concept and design: Patrizia Benedetta Fratus
Curatorial coordination: Ilaria Bignotti and Connecting Cultures
Press office: Laura Bergomi
Project manager: Vera Canevazzi
in collaboration with Moira Ottelli and Roberta Leviani of the 'Butterfly' Anti-Violence Centre and Trame Ritrovate

VirginiaPerTutte began as a call to action, which has been and will be launched in various Italian cities and then spread, through human relations and virtuous exchanges triggered, at an international level, from Mumbai to the Arab countries, from Malta to Argentina, involving all women, It involved all women, of all nationalities and languages, in the creation of a large installation, on an environmental scale, consisting of the embroidery or transcription in red on white fabrics of the essay "A Room of One's Own" by Virginia Woolf, the British writer, essayist and activist (London, 1882 - Rodmell, 1941).

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