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French-Swiss artist Saype’s worldwide ‘Beyond walls Project’ extends to Geneva, Switzerland. Saype’s vision is to create the longest symbolic human chain around the world, generate a real social movement and invite the crowds to benevolence.
Two giant biodegradable landart murals were painted by artist Saype between 13th-15th September in Geneva. With an overall area of 6’000 square meters, the paintings were created using biodegradable pigments made out of charcoal, chalk, water and milk proteins.
The first giant biodegradable land art covered 5.000m2 of grass and was created in the “Parc de la Grange”.
The second land art in Geneva was 1.200m2, 2019 at the “Parc des Bastions”.
These land art pieces mark the third step of the worldwide “Beyond Walls Project” aiming at creating the longest symbolic human chain around the world promoting values such as togetherness, kindness and openness to the world.
Follow the project on Facebook and Instagram and be part of the project by publishing you handshake #BeyondWalls
The next part of the symbolic human chain is a special project in Berlin! Artist Saype celebrates thirty years since the fall of the Berlin wall. Stay tuned …
The ‘Beyond walls Project’ will eventually link twenty megacities of the globe to the same ethos: Optimism and living together.