Evolution of Fearlessness is an intimate‚ interactive installation that responds to touch. The installation is created as a sequel to Wallworth’s earlier work Invisible by Night. Together the two works address loss and its aftermath‚ survival and‚ beyond that‚ hope and strength.
Presented by the World Economic Forum as part of a focus on refugees at its 2015 Annual Meeting, Evolution of Fearlessness connects its viewers through video portraits, to women women who, challenged by situations that would cripple most of us, find a way to grow stronger and to become more humane.
The work was presented as part of the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2015: The New Global Context in Davos-Klosters, 2015.
January 21-24, 2015
"In Davos, we have an opportunity and a responsibility to bring the arts into the mix, helping leaders form as full a picture as possible of the global challenges and inspiring creative ways forward to tackle them." - Nico Daswani, Associate Director, Arts & Culture for the Programme Development Team, World Economic Forum