The roles we play as women and men

Street Artist Jofre Oliveras and Marina Solà

By Jofre Oliveras and Marina Solà at Konvent Ruines for Konvent. Model: Anna Benet

Jofre Oliveras: This mural talks about the reflection we have in our environment and how there are individual actions that can change the perception that people have of us and how this changes our perception of the world. We are talking about a real story, which represents a large group of people. It is the story of Marina Solà that has participated in the creation of this mural. A girl who, through the questioning of her sexuality, one day gets a radical hair cut. This action leads people to identify her as a young boy and her experience in her environment begins to be very different in terms of how people treat her. Because people stop sexualizing her and she begins to feel safer. This story is very representative of LGTBI community, of the roles we have artificially imposed as men or as women in our society.

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