They are labels. We are lovers.

           They are labels. We are lovers.
             6'34'', colour, 2011

Part of a work concentrated on discrimination for sexual orientation, 

Roberta Orlando performs a symbolic act, with a reflection about society 

and its anthropological need to labelling itself.


The division of our sexual orientation, what does it really mean?


Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, heterosexual or straight: 

a sound that people abuse, judge and never compared.

Human rights, in every state of the world, differ based on sexual orientation, 

but when the love comes, 

what is really important to label?


And above all, why hinder?