Solidarity and Resilience

As part of The Moore Inside Out
Photography from the earthquake in the Abruzzo region of Italy
Onna, L’Aquila, Poggio Picenze, Santo Sefano di Sessanio

The Moore Theater
1932 2nd Ave,
Seattle, WA 98107


On June 20th, Moore Inside Out presented new, site specific and experimental works from Seattle’s most innovative artists throughout the venue including non-public places.

Project Description

On April 6th 2009 the Abruzzo region of Italy was hit by a deadly earthquake of 6.3 moment magnitude. Most of the damage occurred in the medieval city of L’Aquila capital city of the Abruzzo region and the surrounding villages. Over 300 people are known to have died. With SOLIDARITY AND RESILIENCE I wish to advocate the idea of resilience the ability intrinsic in certain objects and people to return to their original state after external events have physically and/or emotionally transformed them. This quality is measured against the nature to adapt, flex, give, bound both in art--the Moore theater--and in life--the recent earthquake in the Abruzzo region of Italy. The piece unfold excerpts from the earthquake inside cd's jewelcases, part recycled material, part container, and part stored memory.

Special Thanks

Fabio Di Domenico
Rossella Di Domenico
Chiara Troiani
Maria Laura Di Domenico and
Rodolfo Angelosante
for being part of this project from its inception.


Iole Alessandrini