MOVE ME is a “pop up” public art project that will take place in Cambridge in the spring of 2012. Inspired by artist Roberta Paul’s travels to the Serengeti this multifaceted event investigates themes of immigration, national identity, and life transitions through the metaphor of animal migration. It will include a four-week gallery exhibition at the Cambridge Arts Council, an installation at the Cambridge Public Library, a two-week continuous “performance” in the streets with shrink-wrapped vehicles with Paul’s animal images.
As part of this project, the artist will be gathering stories from people who live/work in Cambridge. Boundaries and borders, real and perceived, are the focus of the interviews. This week the MOVE ME will be conducting interviews with Cambridge residents at the Cambridge Public Library.
Stop by the library and tell your story. Interviews will be videotaped and recorded and may be included in an artist catalog.
Interviews will be held on:
Wednesday, November 30: 10 am – 1pm
Thursday, December 1: 5 pm– 8pm
Wednesday, December 7: 10 am – 1 pm
Thursday, December 8: 5 pm – 8 pm
To arrange for your interview please email: