real love stories: please participate

Posted by D. Jean Hester | Sun Aug 1st 2004 11:51 a.m.

--// Call for Participation

Please participate in the creation of "Real Love Stories #2", an interactive
sound and video installation. "Real Love Stories #2" will be part of the
SoundWalk event in Long Beach, California on August 21.

Just tell me a story about a person or thing you have loved -- first love,
or a failed love, or the love of your life, or how you loved your parents or
your dog or your Harley or your teddy bear... How you interpret "love" is up
to you -- stories about everything from a love of cold lobster leftovers to
how a married couple met the first time to having a crush in fifth grade to
an extreme fondness for beer have been submitted.

It's easy to do: just visit my website and fill out a form:
http://www.divestudio.org/projects/love_submit.php

Thank you for your contribution...

--// About SoundWalk
"Real Love Stories #2" will be part of the SoundWalk event in Long Beach,
California on August 21. "SoundWalk is a day of installation of works by
over 30 Southern California sound artists in a variety of indoor and outdoor
spaces throughout the downtown Long Beach East Village Arts District.
http://www.soundwalk.org/

Contributing artists to the SoundWalk event include Alan Nakagawa, Albert
Ortega, Barnet and Mushkin, Bobby June, D. Jean Hester, Sumako, Eric
Strauss, Ever Lovely Lightning Heat, FLOOD, Glenn Bach, Gregg Egg, Hop Frog,
j. frede, Japes Adams, Jeremy Drake, Kadet Kuhne, Kate Harding, Noah Thomas,
Phaul, Sander Wolff, smgsap, Spastic Colon, Steven Sovia, Young Soon Min &
Allan de Souza.

-- D. Jean Hester
http://www.divestudio.org
Upcoming: "Real Love Stories #2" an interactive sound and video
installation
August 21 @ Soundwalk - Long Beach East Village Arts District
Contribute to the project:
http://www.divestudio.org/projects/love_submit.php

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