Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi Touching Strangers is an organized non-profit foundation by Aperture.

Touching Strangers is challenge the viewer to explore their own assumptions about race, cultural differences, sexuality, and presumed identities.

Raise profound questions about the possibilities for positive human connection in a diverse society. This exhibition presents opportunities for discussion and reflection on both our commonalities as individuals and the potential for breaking down societal barriers that separate us.

Richard Rendaldi takes photos in cities and towns all over the United states.

Richard asks random people to pose intimately with another person to break down societal barriers that separate us.

This project can be applied to what we're doing because is can break down barriers that separate us which would make people who may feel left out, feel happier.

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