Solemn Calendar

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We pray for you Exibitions & the Solemn calender

„Visible existence is essential. But when it comes to religion, it is private. Or is it?
Marcelo Lerer questions this city of wonders this by comparing like world religions in various public spaces. In a world where everything is possible and
can communicate. As a new drug thought to the world „
Christian Have, Creative Director of have Communication and Adjunct Professor at Aalborg
University and CBS
„Marcelo hitting the mark
A thought-provoking project
Spirituality and religion in space
Inclusion and Inclusion. We have
needs discussion – start it! „
Sune Kjaer, Senior Partner in Global CSR
„All we humans inhabit the same shared world. All our religions interpret our world. With Marcelo art experience religions fundamentals human commonalities. It is refreshing in an age where religion most (mis)use religion to support darkened intolerance „
Michael Metz Morch, CEO, Ambassador, Director Bikuben Foundation

”We Pray for you” – art and design with social responsibility

Art and design is a good way to get us reflecting. We have therefore created ”We pray for you
2011”, which is a group of images, which can get us reflect upon religion, spirituality
and faith in the public sphere and in the workplace.
The images are created as image collages, which shows people in prayer from various religions, in different
public spaces. The images bring the ‚believers‘ into new contexts where one does not normally
encounter praying people. Images may cause us to reflect on the theme of religion by putting images
in a whole different context to deconstruct the notion of how the faith is attached
to certain religions. If you look at religion in a completely different context, one can maybe see faith
and religion in new contexts. For perhaps religions also something in common, often overlooked in
value debates about religion.
Solemn Calendar
The images used in a ceremonial calendar that shows the five largest religions holidays and describes
when and how Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims and Hindus mark the holidays.

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