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 mentalgassi berlin germany

mentalgassi berlin germany
Jean-Claude Roger Mbede was sentenced to 36 months in prison for homosexuality, a criminal offense under Section 347a of the Cameroonian Penal Code. Making the Invisible Visible is an Amnesty International street art project highlighting the plight of six individuals who have suffered human rights abuses. The project is a unique collaboration between German street art collective Mentalgassi and creative team Lisa Jelliffe and Kirsten Rutherford from Wieden + Kennedy London. Each installation depicts a close up of an individual's face. The image is invisible from front on, only becoming visible to those approaching the fence. A plaque on each site alerts passers-by to an Amnesty International website where they can take action in support of each of the individuals featured.
05 December 2011

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