Wired A Survivor: A Human Exhibition
SARC presents a project to raise awareness and eliminate the stigma of shame by showcasing the stories of survivors.
Wire sculptures represent the nature of our human selves and show how we are all wired differently. Adorned with clothing representative of that worn in the survivor's narrative, these mannequins serve to remove the stigma that it is a clothing choice that causes sexual assault. At the base of the mannequin key items, if any, that represent the survivor's life at the time of the assault will also be displayed to further connect the viewer to the human behind the story.

Your story is very important to SARC, and we pledge to treat it with the respect it deserves. For this year's exhibit, we will showcase a select number of stories as chosen by our review board. Although your story may not be assigned a figure this year, we will have all available for the public to read through.

If you wish to remain anonymous you are welcome to do so. If you would like to put your name on your story, you are welcome to do so. We want to honor you and your experience in the way YOU want us to. If you would like to submit clothing with your story (or additional items that may represent your experience) please give us some form of contact information below so that we can arrange that transfer confidentially.

Thank you so much for your interest in this project and your willingness to share such a valuable story in order to help our community become more conscious and aware. If there is anything we can do to help you or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out anytime via email at reachingout@sarcbv.org or by phone at (979) 731-1000.

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