February 2012, Volume 16, Number 1
Spanish artist dEmo (Eladiode Mora) stands with children at his sculptural installation, "Niños," at MDC's North Campus.
Giving Dimension to Human Rights
MDC unveiled another colorful and meaningful sculpture installation as part of the Route to Human Rights, a multimedia project created by the nonprofit International Solidarity for Human Rights (ISHR), which is dedicated to promoting and educating the public about human rights through the arts. On view at North Campus, Niños, by Spanish artist dEmo (Eladio de Mora), is the project’s second installation at MDC and represents Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the right to freedom from discrimination. Last year’s installation at InterAmerican Campus represents the right to freedom of opinion and expression. Route to Human Rights is placing artworks by local and international artists at 30 locations throughout Florida, with each work representing a different article from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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