The purpose of each intervention is to highlight the selected building, provoking reactions in passers-by who would otherwise have ignored it.
To each artist invited to work on a specific theme, information regarding the theme and place of the intervention is provided, thus laying the foundations for a less superficial dialogue between the work and the urban context in which it is inserted.
“Not Forgotten” by Lucy McLauchlan
Lucy McLauchlan’s artwork doesn’t deny the story of a forgotten stadium, neither claims to erase years of oblivion with rolls and spray-cans. The wall painted by this Birmingham-based artist aims at highlighting those years of oblivion through the inclusion of elements that symbolize decay into its elegant composition. Likewise classical music and rock, Lucy McLauchlan’s […]
“I still remember how it was before” by My Dog Sighs
The artwork created by My Dog Sighs for Forgotten Project has much to do with the city of Rome and the central district of Trastevere. For Rome, My Dog Sighs decides to abandon the pop elements and strong colors in favor of softer nuances that interact best with the colors of the neighborhood and historic […]