Greetings from Arles!
Hi guys! I hope you all are doing great and that you are enjoying the summer ☀️. Hopefully with a copy of Remembrance by your side;)
As this is my last post for this project, I once again wanted to thank each and one of you. 🤗🌸😃
You who supported the project by being the first to back the Early Bird Special-pledge, giving me confidence that this project would actually happen! To you who followed up with backing the Signed book-pledge and the Book with a Print🤗 I hope the books are looking awesome on your coffee tables or in your book shelves and that the prints are looking amazing on your walls:)
You who contributed to the Random Acts of Kindness pledge or you who supported the project without wanting anything in return, will hopefully be pleased by knowing that a portion of the books have been donated to retirement homes, to hospices, to churches, prisons, and funeral agencies. And they were all pretty excited about this gift(!) 😃 AND we always carry a copy with us as we never know who we might run into.
To the backers of the Retreat pledge. My main outcome of this project has been the value of processing loss trough creative expression, and as a natural result I feel inspired to pass this knowledge on. I do realize that to put the retreat together this year was a bit too ambitious, as I feel the need to fully have processed my own loss, before going on to serve others. When I’m ready, you will be the first to know:)
I wish you all an amazing summer! This time from the photo festival I Arles, in South of France.
Yes, you guessed right! The photos from Remembrance were screened at the Nights of Projections in Rencontre d’Arles! One of the biggest and most respected photographic festivals in the world. Pretty cool❤️
Au revoir mes amis😃
Rebecca, Magnus and baby Frøya