Our friends from Void Projects cultural platform have recently launched their newest project, Home MuralFest which is currently taking shape worldwide. Prompted by the current situation and the initiative by Jacoba from Denmark, the idea is to unite a global community of artists, currently physically apart, to create something together.
“Between April 12th and 30th over 50 artists are coming together / apart across the globe in a large collective effort to connect and create simultaneously regardless of locked location.
Working from their prospective places of isolation they are currently creating a live intervention; whether on their living room or studio wall, in the bathtub or on the kitchen floor, this project aims to explore and utilize the limits that have restricted these artists from their seasonal outdoor escapades.
This project explores the boundaries between the inside and the outside. The work that is normally produced in public spaces becomes significant in the privacy and intimacy of our own homes, having the people we live with and/or ourselves as the viewers. With the opportunity to share this intimacy with the world through the window of our screens. Having technology serves as an honest tool for togetherness.”
– The Void Project