Esplorazioni Accessibili is promoting an Open Call to photographers across Italy to gather photographic contributions, which, after being selected by the Black Camera magazine jury, will constitute the content of the platform and will be used for an exhibition and a book.

Esplorazioni Accessibili is an initiative marked by a sense of inclusiveness. Through the language of photography, it intends to create an extensive and rich mapping of magnificent places to visit, live in and hand back to the community without the shadow of architectural barriers.
Esplorazioni Accessibili is a platform that allows people to easily find and access locations across Italy where accessibility is assured, irrespective of a visitor’s specific requirements.

The project is part of an ecosystem of activities that the Fondazione Mazzola – an organisation that supports sport as a means of social and economic inclusion for differently-abled persons – has been developing by broadening and facilitating access to existing opportunities to enhance the wellbeing of individuals who are at risk of marginalisation.

Esplorazioni Accessibili is one such opportunity: a participatory activity that challenges all forms of social marginalisation, allowing anyone with cognitive difficulties or motor constraints to share the pleasure of discovery that these structural/architectural locations provide.