Paper girl

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Paper girl

An open-call is placed to the local community Paper girl people not necessarily artists to submit work. An exhibition is held in which the work is showcased. The artwork is rolled up and then distributed by bicycle in a group to random individuals in urban areas.


Sometimes a workshop or talk is organized for the local community. A celebration is held to thank everyone involved. Anyone who wishes to be involved is invited to participate.

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Any medium is accepted such as drawings, photographstext, pictures, stickerspostersphoto-copies - basically anything that is not offensive to anyone and can be rolled and distributed in the Papergirl fashion. Individuals are invited to submit as many contributions as they would like - in some cases art work is reproduced by the participants to allow broader distribution than a single original.

Submissions are usually accepted through post or at a drop-off location. The distribution is organized as an urban action and should be a surprise and present to random recipients in the streets.

Any volunteer is welcome to join and distribute the artwork with the group. The ethos behind Papergirl is to have fun as a group of people and to make other people happy whilst doing so. These requirements include it not being a commercial venture whereby any party benefits financially. There can be sponsorship or funding involved as long as it solely serves the realization of the project.

But the submitted artworks are not for sale within the project. The project is participatory, which means anyone who wishes to be involved is invited to participate, regardless of age, educationprofessiongenderor location. The submitted artworks are referred to as " analog ", as they can not be submitted as digital files.

This method enhances the participants authorship and the production or reproduction of each individual artwork lies entirely in the makers hands. History[ edit ] The project started in as a reaction to a tightening of a law in Berlin in that equated sticking up posters in public places with spraying graffiti.

It was initiated as a one-time event, but was repeated once a year till In an exhibition was added to the project and took place at Senatsreservespeicher, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg from 16th till 18 July. This year had 50 participants. In the project got joined by a flexible team.

The exhibition took place at Galerie Vorspiel, Kreuzberg from 11th till 25 Julyincluding 77 artists from 9 different countries. A mutant-bike workshop and a party was added.

Paper girl

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