Intimate Transgressions: Investigating Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War

70 years may have passed since the end of World War 2, but certain war tactics never change.

Intimate Transgressions is an art exhibition that invited artists from all over the world to investigate sexual violence as a weapon of war, from both historical and contemporary perspectives.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson went to the exhibition’s opening at WhiteBox, and brings you the story.

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