I Am Unbeatable is the tireless continuation of Donna Ferrato’s Living With The Enemy, a project on domestic violence, first published by Aperture in 1991. Ferrato is an emotional force, moulded in emotional freedom and creative independency. She is dedicated body and soul to the plight of women, though that doesn’t make her a typical feminist.
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