The exhibition Parrhesiastes: the cutting edge of thruth, (in ancient Greek “to speak freely”), organized by the Aluna Art Foundation (Miami) in April 2015, called on various international graphic artists to create about freedom of expression.
Our four poster proposal bring together two divergent elements to create a visual metaphor: An AK-42 and a microphone pose the danger of poisoned political speech. A plant germinating on the map of Africa speaks of hope. An orthopedic hand holding scissors talks about social cutbacks. A judge's mace turned into a snake questions the judicial system at the behest of the powers-that-be.
The proposal coexisted with other posters creating a space of debate and consideration on issues that affect our societies.