Saturday, 12 March
Noon – 7:00 PM / Audience Centre at the Lucerna Gallery
A Centimetre of Skin Dedicated to Human Rights
Human Rights Tattoo, a community art project, aims to tattoo the complete text of the Declaration of Universal Human Rights on 6,773 people around the world – one letter per person. The project was started by Dutch artist Sander van Bussel in 2002 and has grown to include a group of volunteers and organisations. A portion of the Declaration will be tattooed at One World.
Human Rights Tattoo has a limited amount tattoos available per event. At arrival you will receive a registration card with your letter on it. You can’t choose your letter but the font and the position on your body is up to you. You can pick a font type from the Human Rights Tattoo fonts catalogue that will be available on the spot. After your tattoo is done we take a super up-close picture of your tattoo that will be published on our website together with your personal statement. Please think about your statement (in English) upfront. A good statement is personal and gives an insight in your life and your personal relation to human rights.
Your donation of any amount is highly appreciated! You can leave your contribution in our Pay As You Please Box on the spot or feel free to make your donation by bank.
Come and get your own letter! There will be some 50 letters available at the One World.
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