A traveling installation of public art created by the artist
Bios Vincent
and dedicated to the female universe
curated by Bios Vincent 
opening at 6 pm. October 16 2020, piazza XXV Aprile, Milan 

LEAVE YOUR SIGN ON 

1000 and more HEARTS

A traveling installation of public art created by the artist Bios

Verticallinea Association presents Will you still love me tomorrow?
a traveling installation of public art created by the artist Bios Vincent and dedicated to the female universe, explored in its individuality and in its social and collective role, in its divine and at the same time human dimension, in its strength and fragility, in its ability to resist violence and abuse.
The installation is composed of a thousand hearts, molded with raw concrete that brings out cracks on the rough surface, slightly veiled in color. The hearts are pierced through by an arrow, on each of which there is a different message indicating the experiences, hopes and wishes of women and men who have joined the initiative in order to reflect and make people think about love capacity to last over time, in good times and even more in bad times, when the need of the other’s closeness becomes even more urgent and fundamental.
The complete installation, with all the messages received, will be exhibited in a square in Milan on October, 2020 - the year that the city dedicates to women's talent.

Partecipate

Women of all ages and nationalities, be they mothers, daughters, wives, friends, partners, sisters are invited to participate in the creation of the messages to be shown on the arrows. Men too are called to give their contribution and to express their concept of love.  

Starting from October 2020, the artist will present the project in various Italian and international locations, to start a reflection that can be extended to all cities and countries.

The message to be shown on every single arrows must express a message of love, in a broad sense, with a maximum length of thirty characters.
You can write messages in several languages.
Offensive or strictly personal messages, contrary to the spirit of the project, will not be accepted.

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