May 20 — June 20, 2010
Volunteer group Indifference presents the exhibition project “No Distinction”. The exhibition will be on display at the Moscow Architectural Institute.
Rozhdestvenka street, 11/4, building 1, p.4, Moscow, Russia
The exhibition is dedicated to children from several orphanages. We went to Kaluga and Vladimir region and as a result we had a great desire to tell about the happiness that we found out there.
1. The Polotnya Zavod correctional orphanage in Kaluga.
2. Pokrovsky orphanage.
3. Meshchovsky boarding school for blind and visually impaired children.
The Indifference Project is two years old.Whether the project has been existing for a long time or not, but its proactive movement towards childhood is invariably and tirelessly going on. Childhood is not cloudless, but not joyless thanks to the participation of people open to this wonderful world of childhood in the lives of children in orphanages. The exhibition “No Distinction” tells the story of children mostly deprived of parental warmth, care and love. Young hearts looking for a meeting with something more comfortable well-being, eyes filled with the expectation of reciprocity and understanding, the mind in a flexible, sensitive perception ready to absorb everything without a trace, the soul opens immediately and immediately dissolves all indifference and warm-heartedness, without noticing our other shortcomings. Suddenly, they are able to change your world. There is always waiting and we are on our way…