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A GLOBAL ART PROJECT
#insideoutproject in Cartegena, Colombia
68 Portraits - May 2013

Their Statement: ”We aspire to celebrate a series of identities that offer a unique perspective through which the community see themselves reflected.”

#insideoutproject in Cartegena, Colombia
68 Portraits - May 2013

Their Statement: ”We aspire to celebrate a series of identities that offer a unique perspective through which the community see themselves reflected.”

#insideoutproject in Dresden, Germany
100 Portraits - July 2013

Their Statement: 100 artists participated in this project with their portraits and with notes.
The art project ‘world picture ’ is about a change of perspective on economy . 
Artists used their notes as carriers of personal thoughts and / or questions on economy. The notes took off in a helium balloon flight witnessed by an “Inside Out Project Group Action” photo installation*. Accompanied by film and photo cameras, the notes took off though the earth’s atmosphere, into the stratosphere. The aim was to disperse the notes through the explosion of the balloon and for the notes to be dispersed into the stratosphere and from there, slowly rain back down to earth … In the course of time coming back into the system though their finders to spread their messages and the story of their journey further. The balloon flight was very successful ; the cameras brought back breathtaking pictures and videos of the sunrise and the view of the Earth from the stratosphere from a 32km altitude. Particularly impressive are the shots of the explosion of the balloon. Before the burst one can see in the pictures the notes in the bottom of the balloon, these are no longer visible in the middle of the exploding balloon strips….

#insideoutproject in Dresden, Germany
100 Portraits - July 2013

Their Statement: 100 artists participated in this project with their portraits and with notes.
The art project ‘world picture ’ is about a change of perspective on economy . 
Artists used their notes as carriers of personal thoughts and / or questions on economy. The notes took off in a helium balloon flight witnessed by an “Inside Out Project Group Action” photo installation*. Accompanied by film and photo cameras, the notes took off though the earth’s atmosphere, into the stratosphere. The aim was to disperse the notes through the explosion of the balloon and for the notes to be dispersed into the stratosphere and from there, slowly rain back down to earth … In the course of time coming back into the system though their finders to spread their messages and the story of their journey further. The balloon flight was very successful ; the cameras brought back breathtaking pictures and videos of the sunrise and the view of the Earth from the stratosphere from a 32km altitude. Particularly impressive are the shots of the explosion of the balloon. Before the burst one can see in the pictures the notes in the bottom of the balloon, these are no longer visible in the middle of the exploding balloon strips….

#insideoutproject in Sao Paulo, Brazil
11 Portraits - April 2014

Their Statement: HAITIANS IN SÃO PAULO : THE BROKEN DREAMS After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Brazil opened its borders to Haitians who had to leave families and friends for survival. Many migrated to São Paulo believing in the Eldorado of the financial capital of Brazil. After sometimes a difficult and risky trip via Panama, Ecuador and Peru, they struggled with the harshness of the metropolis. What they found is a city expensive to live and hard work in construction business paid 2,00 USD per hour. They gather in Glicerio, where they remain invisible to most of us. Behind each of these eleven portraits, there is a unique story, a dream, an identity. Eleven artists from Brazil -Cynthia Castejon, Celso Gitahy, Davaca-, Argentina -Cabaio-, UK -Koe1- , Germany -Ebenholz- , Canada -Lily Luciole-, France -NiceArt, NoName Stencil, Arkane and Happy Fingers created their own interpretation of each portrait photographed.

#insideoutproject in Sao Paulo, Brazil
11 Portraits - April 2014

Their Statement: HAITIANS IN SÃO PAULO : THE BROKEN DREAMS After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Brazil opened its borders to Haitians who had to leave families and friends for survival. Many migrated to São Paulo believing in the Eldorado of the financial capital of Brazil. After sometimes a difficult and risky trip via Panama, Ecuador and Peru, they struggled with the harshness of the metropolis. What they found is a city expensive to live and hard work in construction business paid 2,00 USD per hour. They gather in Glicerio, where they remain invisible to most of us. Behind each of these eleven portraits, there is a unique story, a dream, an identity. Eleven artists from Brazil -Cynthia Castejon, Celso Gitahy, Davaca-, Argentina -Cabaio-, UK -Koe1- , Germany -Ebenholz- , Canada -Lily Luciole-, France -NiceArt, NoName Stencil, Arkane and Happy Fingers created their own interpretation of each portrait photographed.

#insideoutproject in Spokane, Washington, USA
20 Portraits - April 2014

Their Statement: Isamu “Som” Jordan was designed to create community. His passions raced just under the skin - you could see them coursing through him. When he interacted with others he’d infect them with that same passion. He didn’t sleep - his mind and spirit were rarely quiet enough to allow it. Those who met him felt as if he understood them. His music and his words illustrated his ability to connect and made him seem as if he possessed the superpowers we read about in comic books. It was his vulnerability that made him human. Depression, like cancer, is a taker. It takes from us our importance. It takes fathers from their families. It takes sons from their mothers. It takes our ability to know ourselves. Our communities and our families are not built on rocks, they are built on you, me and Som - the vulnerable. We humans are responsible for one another. Our intention is to bring awareness to the stigma of mental illness, Som has and is a light of inspiration for all of us. Mental illness can affect all people in varying ways leaving families and communities divided. Our intention is to demonstrate that anyone can be affected in this way; your neighbor, brother, mother, friend, the grocery clerk or bus driver. Any face could be the face of mental illness to some degree. We want to open the discussion to the community. A statement that is saying, “It’s okay to talk about this, you are not alone!”. We hope that by demonstrating varying degrees of class, color, gender, type it creates a new perspective, a new and more hopeful way to approach the issue.

#insideoutproject in Spokane, Washington, USA
20 Portraits - April 2014

Their Statement: Isamu “Som” Jordan was designed to create community. His passions raced just under the skin - you could see them coursing through him. When he interacted with others he’d infect them with that same passion. He didn’t sleep - his mind and spirit were rarely quiet enough to allow it. Those who met him felt as if he understood them. His music and his words illustrated his ability to connect and made him seem as if he possessed the superpowers we read about in comic books. It was his vulnerability that made him human. Depression, like cancer, is a taker. It takes from us our importance. It takes fathers from their families. It takes sons from their mothers. It takes our ability to know ourselves. Our communities and our families are not built on rocks, they are built on you, me and Som - the vulnerable. We humans are responsible for one another. Our intention is to bring awareness to the stigma of mental illness, Som has and is a light of inspiration for all of us. Mental illness can affect all people in varying ways leaving families and communities divided. Our intention is to demonstrate that anyone can be affected in this way; your neighbor, brother, mother, friend, the grocery clerk or bus driver. Any face could be the face of mental illness to some degree. We want to open the discussion to the community. A statement that is saying, “It’s okay to talk about this, you are not alone!”. We hope that by demonstrating varying degrees of class, color, gender, type it creates a new perspective, a new and more hopeful way to approach the issue.

#insideoutproject community we need your help ! If you know anyone willing to organize a group action in Somalia, we would love to send posters there! Interested group leaders please email us at JR@InsideOutProject.net . If you know someone else who might be interested, be sure to tag them in this post and have them contact us. Looking forward to hearing from you! Thank You!

#insideoutproject community we need your help ! If you know anyone willing to organize a group action in Somalia, we would love to send posters there! Interested group leaders please email us at JR@InsideOutProject.net . If you know someone else who might be interested, be sure to tag them in this post and have them contact us. Looking forward to hearing from you! Thank You!

Awesome photo by @lesleyakim at the #insideoutproject installation outside of the #Panthéon.
reminds me of a song…
“Upside down 
Boy, you turn me 
Inside out….”

Awesome photo by @lesleyakim at the #insideoutproject installation outside of the #Panthéon.
reminds me of a song…
“Upside down 
Boy, you turn me 
Inside out….”

#insideoutproject in Dakar, Senegal
250 Portraits - February 2014

Their Statement: School access in Senegal should no longer be a chance but a right, for all.

#insideoutproject in Dakar, Senegal
250 Portraits - February 2014

Their Statement: School access in Senegal should no longer be a chance but a right, for all.

#insideoutproject in Grenoble, France.
90 Portraits - APRIL 2013

Their Statement: Champollion high school wants to take part in the largest participative art project in the world. We believe that people can receive an education through art and we want to show a positive image of each student and the members of the school’s community. 
The portraits will be pasted on the historical façade of the building and a documentary video will be made. 
Art history is a way to integrate art while keeping the interest of the students.

#insideoutproject in Grenoble, France.
90 Portraits - APRIL 2013

Their Statement: Champollion high school wants to take part in the largest participative art project in the world. We believe that people can receive an education through art and we want to show a positive image of each student and the members of the school’s community. 
The portraits will be pasted on the historical façade of the building and a documentary video will be made. 
Art history is a way to integrate art while keeping the interest of the students.

Spring is here, it is starting to get warm out, and the #insideoutproject is looking to go back to school by bringing the photobooth truck to schools across the five boroughs! 

New York City Teachers! 
Do you want truck to come to your school?!

All you need:
1) kids who know how to make a strong face
2) big walls to paste on

Email JR@insideoutproject.net to have your school considered 
#insideoutback2school

Spring is here, it is starting to get warm out, and the #insideoutproject is looking to go back to school by bringing the photobooth truck to schools across the five boroughs! 

New York City Teachers! 
Do you want truck to come to your school?!

All you need:
1) kids who know how to make a strong face
2) big walls to paste on

Email JR@insideoutproject.net to have your school considered 
#insideoutback2school

#insideoutproject in Metz, France
129 Portraits - March 2014

Their Statement: The people of Metz-Borny are made up of 60 different nationalities and most of them are treated like they are invisible or they don’t matter. So they want to celebrate the richness and culture of their community and celebrate their diversity.

#insideoutproject in Metz, France
129 Portraits - March 2014

Their Statement: The people of Metz-Borny are made up of 60 different nationalities and most of them are treated like they are invisible or they don’t matter. So they want to celebrate the richness and culture of their community and celebrate their diversity.