Brooklyn artist Debbie T. Davies brings
The I Love You Project to Kreuzberg, Berlin
THE I LOVE YOU PROJECT - an interactive social visual art project celebrating diversity – returns to Berlin, Germany June 28-July 12. The multi-media art installation including video, sound, and photos will be on exhibit at Where Is Jesus in Kreuzberg at Wrangelstrasse 57. Participants from prior events including Berlin, Frankfurt, Giessen and Barcelona will be on display. Videos, photos, and voices recordings will be captured on June 28 12:00pm - 7pm using new participants. New York artist Debbie T. Davies uses a digital microscope camera in this experimental, collaborative project. Music composition is created by Germany-based Julius Schön, and editing by New York-based Kendall Smith and Santina Amato. Davies will videotape visitors saying “I Love You” in different languages during the exhibition with the intention of bringing together residents in multi-cultural Kreuzberg. This event/exhibition is part of a global initiative exploring migration and diversity and uniting people within communities by exploring cultural concepts of love through an art platform. The exhibition will remain until July 12 (closed Sundays). Click on the banner above to visit the project website and see videos from Spain and Germany.
The New York Post newspaper article below is about the history of the project and our next city.
I am still working on the Berlin videos from last year. We need funding to complete it. Please tell your friends to consider making a donation to our project to help pay for a video editor.