story of a show of street artists, at the space of the porto fluviale, in rome.
it is a living space occupied, located in the area ostiense. formerly a military warehouse built in 1918, occupied since 2003, by eighty families from various countries around the world.
they have made their home and made livable and cheerful this abandoned place.
to access the inside you must pass a closed door, but as you enter affects the social life of the courtyard: children play freely, people spend just to chat, colorful plants treated beautify the view.
within the space, it was created an area where street performers meet and train, jugglers from different backgrounds and origins, that once a month organizie a cabaret open to the public with free entry and exit with "hat".
photographs, taken on an evening in march 2013, are evidence of this little moment of magic for the people living there and for those who wanted to approach this reality.
images, passion, salvation.
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