A long history of emigration from Italy to Tunisia, in search of work, land, or political refuge, left a large Italian community in Africa.
Residing inside the cosmopolitan fortress of art is a fusion of visuals and people that portray the advocacy of The Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere.
“If you hear RATATA, that's Isis, but if you hear TUM. TUM. TUM. That's PKK and YPG”. “And SBOOOM?”.
Historically, Italian sympathies have always swung towards self-determination in the Middle East. That's no longer the case.