Unreceived messages/What was never heard

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I invite you to be part of my art project “Insulated – to be made into an island”.

In this stage of the project I want to highlight the feeling of not being heard, by enclosing messages that was never heard or received into unopenable bottles.

I will cast at least 80 bottles in silicone with the participators’ messages inside, making the message stick to and become part of the bottle. (Like in the picture below)
What I ask you to do is to write down (preferably in your handwriting), in any language you want, a message that was, or is, not heard. Something you tried to say but that wasn’t listened to. It can be “big” or “small”, political or personal, general or embarrassing, hopeful or angry, a solution or a problem or many other things.
If you don’t want to put your message in words you can instead choose a small object to represent what you wanted to say, the person you wanted to say it to or yourself as the unheard communicator.

This project will not make your message heard. You will instead be one of the many voices trying to get a message across but not being listened to.
My hope is that all these bottles with their unread messages standing alone but together will create a feeling of shouting silence and how difficult it can be to be heard today.

Should you choose to participate I will need your contribution by the 2nd of January to have time to cast all the bottles before the 12th of January when they will be part of an exhibition at Konstfack in Stockholm. The folded or rolled up letter or object can be as small as you like but must fit inside a cylinder, 5 cm wide and 9 cm long.
Please also tell me if it is ok that some part of your message is readable through the bottle!

For questions or to participate, please write to info@tildadalunde.se
Please share this with others that might be interested!

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