Dreams are being born in Pietrasanta, as we type this. “I Have a Dream” is a project by Indian artist Shweta Bhattad, which will be presented at the 2014/2016 Vancouver Biennale with a giant video-installation. All countries can participate and Italy is represented by Tatiana Villani, with the use of the land – and the active help of – Argentinian artist and farmer Silvina Spravkin and her husband Mariano Moriconi. There is a wide network of other participants from Pietrasanta’s Luogo Comune, and other associations.
The words “I Have a Dream” are being seeded in either English, or the local language, all across the globe – in Pietrasanta “HO UN SOGNO” is sprouting already.
A series of events and talks are planned on social and sustainability issues. A party will cap off the project and the harvest will be shared with the community.
A video will record the crop’s growth and will be shown at the Biennale.
All are invited to participate; write Tatiana at firstname.lastname@example.org to be included on the mailing list and to get more information, and an invite to the party.
Visit the “I Have a Dream’s” fb page to see more photos of this and other dreams across the world, linked here.
The photos are by Cristian Fazzini.
(Thanks, Silvina, for sending this in!)