From the likes of Olafur Eliasson, David Shrigley, Julian Charrière, Doug Aitken, Monica Bonvicini, Tomás Saraceno, Tony Oursler, and Ryan Gander each dedicating a message of hope as part of Designboom’s recent initiative, readers of the magazine that focuses on architecture, design and art news, could read a motivating letter and feel safer during the lockdown conditions that some countries are still enduring.

The most recent message of hope comes from Italian artist Paola Pivi, as well as the images of her signature bears from the exhibition We Are The Alaskan Tourists:

“As these new sudden laws and rules really affect our private amounts of freedom and the life or death of those around us, it really gives us an option to open our eyes and see how the rules of the governing bodies always really affect our freedoms and life or death situations, keep your eyes and ears open, keep them open always in the future too.”

Take a look at the bears from the exhibition that has been unable to go on view due to coronavirus at the currently closed ARKEN museum in Denmark.

paola pivi

artist paola pivi shares a message of hope with our readers during coronavirus lockdown

paola pivi

artist paola pivi shares a message of hope with our readers during coronavirus lockdown

 

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