Interwoven into our performance of Blurred Lines of Justice is a narrative inspired by the courage of acid attack survivor Laxmi from New Delhi, India.

Bringing to life the potential paused by violence, the courage of women recovering and the hope ignited in the potential of the future scripted in the incorporation of acid attack survivors cannot be translated into monologues, dialogues, or by the limitations of language.

Vitriolage brings the experience of defiance, from stigma to resilience, to life conducted through the universal language of movement. It is from the heart we hope to activate emotions to enliven education so that we can stand up in light of courage of acid attack survivors around the world and act out to end all forms of violence against women.

Check Out Stop Acid Attacks Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StopAcidAttacks?fref=ts

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