This exhibit is a critical contemplation from the experience, aimed to open spots for those who were at war to listen and being heard.

Presents demobilization and resilience experiences, building a platform where war voices can be heard, and dreams of peace can be seen. Also propose a reflection of reconciliation, about the opportunities we can provide to others and together start over, to reconcile with one another. It let us visualize reconciliation as something possible.

Time is also a configurative element in the exhibit, as an important and incident factor, in the consequences that are depleted by conflict armed, on direct participation or vulnerable exposure.

More than two to reconcile with one another, is the protagonists’ convergence, handling from different parts of the conflict, finds the visitors voice in the room, and together understand that peace and reconciliation are not only armed actors matter, but also society that is necessary more than two to reconcile with one another.