March & April Video Screenings in Spain


Last September we exhibited photos of our participants from Frankfurt, Giessen, Berlin, and Barcelona at the Berliner-Liste art fair and Schillerpalais in Berlin, Germany. The "Hessen" video, edited by Santina Amato and Debbie Davies with original score by Julius Schön, is live on our website and on Vimeo. We hope to exhibit in Frankfurt later this year at The Dream Factorywhere we recorded the Hessen project . The Berlin art crowds enjoyed hearing about the evolution of this project since it's inception in Barcelona, and motivated us to continue further recording sessions. One of our participants has offered to help us bring the project to London's Kings Cross.

Berlin, Germany!

We recorded over 120 people saying "I Love You" during the 48-Hour-Neukölln art festival in 2013.  Spoken languages included Farsi, Finnish, and Russian. Schillerpalais exhibited photos and videos last September. We recorded people there and at nearby La Pecora Nera. We await funding to begin work on the "Berlin" video editing. We created custom wall mounted lightboxes which illuminate a mosaic of portraits of our participants in each city. Email us for pricing. See the photos on our website.

Almeria & Granada, Spain!

Our Hessen and Barcelona videos have been selected for the "Borderland-The Entropy of Identities" video-art exhibition in Almeria and Granada, Spain. First screening is on March 13 at 8:00 pm at the Mediterraneo Centro Artistico Carretera de Ronda 91, Almeria, Spain. Second screening is on March 27 at 8:00 pm at the Museum of Almeria Calle Gran Capitán, 105, Almería, Spain. Third screening is on April 23 at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of GranadaCalle Real de Cartuja 36, Granada, Spain. Details about the video-art festival and other artists can be found at the organizer's website International ArtExpo.

Making social art cost money. We are lucky to work with collaborators who can wait to be paid, and we are careful with budgets. We have applied for grants, but have not been awarded any yet. We are hopeful, and depend on the public, friends, family  to contribute. Make a tax deductible donation here through the New York Foundation for the Arts.  Help support a project that breaks down cultural walls and brings people together through an art platform.

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