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The exhibition "START LIVING AGAIN - Photographic culture in motion for those who cannot move" (13th March to 15th May 2012), dedicated to the Association AISLA (Italian Association for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), is an extraordinary project of great cultural and social value: the beautiful images of the exhibition "Start Living Again", all taken by 55 amateur photographers of all ages belonging to the culture of photography association, were given to AISLA, which also received the proceeds from catalogue sales, in order to raise funds to develop research into ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Syndrome), in the hope that even those who are affected and today cannot move independently, in the future may once again walk, swim and perhaps even fly, as some pictures show. 

The exhibition "START LIVING AGAIN - Photographic culture in motion for those who cannot move," which had a preview at the headquarters of the Association in December 2011, consisted of 55 images, in colour and in black and white, whose theme was "Movement", chosen to represent a kind of hope and perspective to recover from a disease, which conversely causes immobility. "Movement" in a broad sense, of the body, of breathing, of nature. Trees, wind like the breath of life, sea, water, birds in flight, figures dancing, playing, running towards a future in which research can finally offer a solution for a disease which still has no cure.

 

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