NORMALIZING HEARTBREAK - BY KNOW HOPE (IL)
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Normalizing Heartbreak - Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope
As part of the 2017 edition of Nuart Festival, we’re looking for people who would be interested in participating in a unique project by the artist Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope.
For this year’s festival, Yekutieli will create a series of text-based works relating to the city of Stavanger.
Through conversations with locals from various backgrounds, Yekutieli is interested to hear about notions of heartbreak and lost love. Interested participants are invited to meet the artist from kl1600 on Monday 28 or Tuesday 29 August at Tou Scene Centre for Contemporary Arts, Kvitsøygata 25, 4014 Stavanger to share with him their stories.
We’re looking for people from all backgrounds, walks of life and ages. The idea is to converse about people’s notion of ‘heartbreak’, about anecdotes and thoughts related to the subject.
If you would like to be a part of the project, please register your interest with firstname.lastname@example.org by sending your name, age, occupation and area of residence.
Selected stories will be translated into texts and written in various locations around the city as well used in Yekutieli's installation for the Nuart exhibition ('Rise Up!') at Tou Scene. All contributions to the project will be anonymous and held in the strictest confidence; no data will be given out to any third parties.
For more information about the artist please visit the his website www.thisislimbo.com
If you have any further questions please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Normalizing Heartbreak - Addam Yekutieli (Know Hope)
Som en del av det 2017 utgaven av Nuart Festivalen leter vi etter personer som er interessert i å delta i et unikt prosjekt med kunstneren Addam Yekutieli kjent under kunstnernavnet Know Hope.
I forbindelse med årets Nuart festival vil Yekutieli lage en serie av tekstbaserte verk med en relasjon til Stavanger.
Gjennom samtaler med personer fra Stavanger, er Yekutieli interessert i å høre historier og fortellinger om kjærlighetssorg og tapt kjærlighet. Samtalene vil skje direkte mellom deltakerne og kunstneren fra kl1600 på mandag 28 og tirsdag 29 august ved Tou Scene, Kvitsøygata 25, 4014 Stavanger.
Vi leter etter personer med forskjellig bakgrunn, fra forskjellige samfunnsklasser og i alle aldre. Ideen er å snakke om folks opplevelser av "kjærlighetssorg ", anekdoter og tanker relatert til dette temaet.
Hvis du ønsker å være en del av dette spennende kunstprosjektet, vennligst send en epost til email@example.com. Fint om du oppgir navn, alder, yrke og adresse.
Tekstene vil kun bli brukt til Addams prosjekt, og ingen data vil bli gitt ut til noen tredjeparter: De vil bli skrevet på forskjellige steder i byen og i Nuartutstillingen (med tittel 'Rise Up!') på Tou Scene. Alle bidrag til prosjektet vil være anonyme og holdes i strenge tillit; ingen data vil bli gitt ut til noen tredjepart.
Mer informasjon om kunstneren kan du finne på kunstnerens hjemmeside www.thisislimbo.com
For ytterligere spørsmål kan du kontakte firstname.lastname@example.org eller email@example.com
På forhånd takk!
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