"Invincible" is a Second Life art exhibit by Cat Boccaccio. All the photographs were taken in Second Life, a virtual world.
About the video and exhibit:
The women you encounter in the street, the workplace and at home appear mostly healthy and undamaged. The facts say otherwise. For example, a UNICEF study concluded that "globally, women aged between fifteen and forty-four are more likely to be injured or die as a result of male violence than through cancer, traffic accidents, malaria and war combined".
This exhibit is about women and the secrets they keep, the scars from emotional and physical abuse that are hidden from our eyes; and the way women continue, despite a truly violent onslaught, to be productive, creative, nurturing, strong, and important.
See the exhibit in Second Life at DNA Gallery until March 31, 2013.