One Blood, Beirut 2012 is a project which the photographer and visual artist Hady Sy worked on for four years, traveling the world to raise awareness on the need to give blood. The exhibition presented as a preview at Visa pour l’Image-Perpignan is a semicircular installation, reflecting lines of the human body, and featuring 366 portraits of unnamed blood donors, expressing their spirit of sharing.
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