D!versity* – Book publication

I learned to love with all my heart, to cry when needed, and to create all the time, with no fear.
 I learned again that we are all human beings, not so different, no matter where we come from, we are one. This project made me believe, in full heart that art can change the world.” (Noa)

Since many years the Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem has engaged in international exchanges with young artists, writers and musicians. This projects take place as cooperation with other cultural associations and/or art schools in Jerusalem and abroad.

In summer 2016, the Willy Brandt Center, together with the “Musrara School of Art Jerualem” and the Berlin based cultural association “Drei Wünsche Frei” invited young art students to work in a collaborative creative artistic processes about “Diversity”.

As a result of this wonderful encounter we publishes a book with poetry and photography.

D!versity* – Poetry, Fragments & Photography

Hardcover, 100 pages, Englisch with Hebrew and Arabic

Published by Support association Willy Brandt Zentrum e.V. in cooperation with
Center for International Encounters Jerusalem, Willy Brandt Center Jerusalem, Drei Wünsche Frei-Studio für kulturelle Praxis, Berlin un dMusrara-The Naggar Multidisciplinary School of Art & Society, Jerusalem

Funded within the framework of the EUROPEANS FOR PEACE programme of the Foundation EVZ (Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft/ Remembrance, Responsibility and Future).

 

You

You’re Amazing, But You’re not.

You’re Beautiful , But You’re not.

You’re Cute, But You’re not.

You’re sexy, But You’re not.

You’re Happy, But You’re not.

You’re Sad, But You’re not.

You’re Small, But You’re not.

You’re Tall, But You’re not.

You’re Thin, But You’re not.

You’re Thick, But You’re not.

You’re Sick, But You’re not.

You’re Fat, But You’re not.

You’re Ugly, But You’re not.

It’s My Body… But It’s not…

It’s My Body …But It’s not…Your Bussiness!

(Sara Iona Yassin)

 

On June, 8 we presented the book at the Theater Expedition Metropolis.

Fotos: Stefanie Brachtin/Stiftung EVZ/Europeans for Peace