Sicilian born photographer Mimi Mollica explores the effects of the Mafia on his homeland – documenting the scars inflicted on both the physical and social landscape as a result of a system strongly rooted in both fear and corruption. For Mollica the biggest challenge was to convey the legacy that Cosa Nostra has imposed both on the Sicilian people and on the land itself, with its coastline blighted by illegal speculative building. Here is a system based on extortion and the corruption of public office, and an unsustainable economy overseen by the capitalist monopoly of the crime families.
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