The Light of Human Kindness interactive mural set for GRTC bus depot

Stories of HumanKIND is a community art event set for 8/17/13. It will be an interactive mural exploring “what happens when art, technology and kindness come together to illuminate the power of human connection”:

Join us as we kick-off The Light of Human Kindness mural installation by hand writing and painting the stories collected at on to the kindness wall at the old GRTC Depot as part of the RVA Street Art Festival.
Ham? will start painting the mural over parts of the stories on 8/19/13.

the light of human kindness from patience salgado on Vimeo.

The Light of Human Kindness is an interactive mural in RVA that will explore the relationship of light and darkness and what can happen when art, technology and kindness come together to illuminate the power of human connection.

The project begins with our simple human stories. Once the stories are collected and written on the wall at a community event, Richmond artist Hamilton Glass will paint the mural over the very stories that hold our shared humanity and goodness.

The 1,000 (LED light bulbs) installed directly on an 80 foot wall in Cary Street will then light up one-by-one in real time as people from Richmond and around the world complete acts of kindness inspired by the mural art or their own experience of needing light during a dark time.

The mural will also invite folks to experience the power of human connection by interacting with the wall itself using conductive properties and other cutting edge technology. The collective energy of one hand touching the wall while linked with a physical human connection to others will also power the lights.

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