A Day In The World Exibition Tomorrow

by subacati

I received the following email from ADAY.org today.


In May 2012, we all took photographs of those things close to us.

Over 100,000 images were submitted by people from 165 countries.

Through these visual documentations of our own lives and the existences of others, we can see how – on an apparently ordinary day – our world can be beautiful, ugly, fragile, frightening, joyous…but always remarkable.

This Monday (8th October) 45 of your images will be simultaneously displayed throughout the day on 85,000 digital screens across the world.

From Sydney to London, Dublin to Moscow, Shanghai to Cape Town, this will be the world’s largest photographic exhibition, with a potential audience of 46 million people.

To find out which images are being shown and where you can go to see the exhibition, visit http://www.aday.org

Please Tweet, Facebook post, shout, email, sing and do whatever you can do to make people visit http://www.aday.org and find out about Monday’s exhibition. Start now!

We think that the world will enjoy and learn from what we did in May…

In his introduction to the forthcoming ‘A Day In The World’ book, which documents the Aday project, and will feature 1000 of your images, Archbishop Desmond Tutu best explains what we all did – and why.

“The photograph is an important component of collective memory, of history and the documentation of life. But the photograph is also a story of here and now, a tool for seeing each other, understanding each other, and thereby creating the potential for a better world.”

Thank you for participating in the Aday project.

Best Wishes
the aday.org team

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You can view the 45 images for tomorrow's exhibition here