With the collaboration of the association Promembro, the Clinique romande de réadaptation (CRR) is hosting, until the 9th of June, an exhibition on the amputee theme.
"Making the invisible visible" is a photo exhibition that aims to raise awareness of the often unknown handicap of amputation, to make people understand the daily life of the people concerned. The prothesis is the major element that allows access to daily activities such as work, leisure, social life and family life. Above all, a prothesis must allow mobility and offer the autonomy essential for ideal living conditions.
The seven protagonists of this exhibition share snapshots of their lives and give poignant testimonies. Of the seven people photographed, three have a direct link with the CRR having stayed or worked there. The link with the CRR does not stop there, since the photographer who took these pictures is the Dr Michel Fédou, head of the professional rehabilitation department.
Come and check it out until the 9th of June, in the entrance hall of the CRR (Avenue Grand-Champsec 90 – 1951 Sion).