A work that speaks about our own prisons, prisons that we create for ourselfs from preconceptions and doubts, fears and envy, fueled by the world we live in, ingrained in our own human condition. They define our nature and way of being inside our communities. They are windows to the thoughts and to the relationships we develop throughout our lifes, reflections of disparities, discrimination and false ideals that prevent us from being true to our convictions and of living free of judgements and uncertanties. Prisons we create, that are invisible and incorporeal yet painfully real and transversal to our existence.

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