GUP Magazine, december 2011.
“Going through the booklets you get the feeling the artists were as close to the subjects as family would only be. Surely the fact that van der Weert and Lamers spent one and a half years around the fighters has something to do with that. It’s not merely about creating beautiful artwork, but there’s a great sociological aspect to this project too, namely laying focus on the every day struggle of so many among us. Realising that we could be in their position, and that sometimes these things are inevitable. And only to embrace that last thought, we can move on and find new strenght and hope. And that’s what makes life worth living.” [ Lees de hele recensie ]