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Tor Sapienza is a neglected suburb at the eastern borders of Rome that was came under the spotligh of the Italian media in November 2014 when a group of Italian residents attacked a refugee centre.

The attack was widely perceived as frustration  of isolation and degredation of the neighborhood. Expelled and forgotten, the residents took out their frustration on the new entrants.

Tor work reflects the complexity of the Roman periphery and its profund economical and social crisis, where a variety of characters, nationalities and realities coahibit together like in a mosaic of tiles attached with force, like roots that break the concrete for survival.