Letters Of Hope

“Just as despair can come to one only from other human beings, hope, too, can be given to one only by other human beings”

-Elie Wiesel

This installation depicts what we need now...Hope. 

“Letters of Hope” an interactive installation where the audiences can come into the space and open letters from anonymous people. Receiving a message of hope and positivity. For this installation to work, the audience has to move through the room and untie the letters that are connected to the balloons to receive the message of hope. The use of the handwritten letters in the installation is to go back in time and experience when someone has written to you. The letters were written by people I know, some may be in a different language. The feel of holding a handwritten letter is the experience of a message directed to you. The thought of someone taking their time to write you, no matter who they are shows affection. The use of blue balloons in this space is to give a sense of calm and soothing experience as you walk into the room. 

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