We are pleased to announce the “HHP” exhibition, created by the Dutch visual artist Marian van der Zwaan, that will be launched on the 18th October in:
Accra-Efua Sutherland Park at 16.30 hrs local time
Bern-Waisenhausplatz at 09.00 hrs local time
Luanda- Baia de Luanda at 17.30 local time
Lisbon-Rossio at 17.30 hrs local time
São Paulo-Memorial America Latina 19.00 hrs local timeThe exhibition will open on Friday, 18th October and will run through November 2013.
“HHP” is a project/art installation focused on Human Trafficking. The project consists out of five labyrinths of 225 m2 each, constructed in 5 different countries in 3 different continents, with one permanent construction in Ghana/Accra.
The art installation looks for the promotion and protection of human rights, by concentrating on education, as a mean to spread the message and build a structural approach.
This project is created with a specific emphasis on young people, working with high schools, teachers and public institutions in different parts of the world. And in so doing, stimulate a bond between students from different origins. "HHP" is an inter-act exhibition that uses the installation as a platform, encouraging youth to relate to arts and social problems in their language.
“HHP” will be launched in five countries all on the 18th October 2013 (European day against Human Trafficking) in Accra, Bern, Lisbon, Luanda and São Paulo.
This project has been granted with "Patronage" from UNESCO in Accra, Lisbon, São Paulo & Luanda. Patronage is UNESCO's highest form of support.