Moving Beyond

Banality of Evil

In Our Daily Lives

A crowd-driven International Art Project

People behind the project / Growing list of Active Members

Active Members

SaySay.Love

FounderArtist, Visual Artist

Berlin, Germany

If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of pride.

Chantal Ford

Manager, Curator

Cape Town, South Africa

If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of embarrassment.

Collette van Schalkwyk

Author

Cape Town, South Africa

If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of embarrassment.

Yves Gerstmaier

Designer

Berlin, Germany

If I could sum up my life in one line I would dissolve in acid.

Marlene Tarlig

PR & Social Media

Berlin, Germany

If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of embarrassment.

Collette van Schalkwyk

Author

Cape Town, South Africa

If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of embarrassment.

People behind the project / Active Members

Active Members

SaySay.Love

Initiator, Artist

Berlin, Germany

Artist, photographer and visual activist

“Art has the task of keeping awake what is so important and necessary for us humans.”
―  Michelangelo

Chantal Ford

Project Coordinator

Cape Town, South Africa

Mother of two boys. Artist manager and curator.

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”
― Edgar Degas

Collette van Schalkwyk

Project Manager

Cape Town, South Africa

Project Manager in the Arts & Culture sector. Marketing and Public Relations specialist.

"The art's task is to save the soul of mankind."
― Terence McKenna

Norma Quinto

Sponsorship management

Berlin, Germany

A specialist in fashion marketing and communications for more than two decades. Norma Quinto is managing director of Berlin-based consultancy Quinto GmbH, a firm helping a range of fashion brands and artists realize their full potential.

Yves E. Gerstmaier

Design

Berlin, Germany

Studied Art History and Theater.
Found fulfilment in visual arts, music and science.

"One must still have chaos in oneself to give birth to a dancing star."
― Nitzsche

Marlene Tarlig

Marketing

Berlin, Germany

Studied Acting, working in management and marketing departments in different projects
Marketing of BOEArt.org

“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”
―  Cesar A. Cruz

Nicola Marina Schulze

Writer

Berlin, Germany

Communication and Writing. Yogateacher and Minimalist

“Out beyond ideas of right-doing and wrong doing, there is a field I'll meet you there.”
―  Rumi

People behind the project / Our Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors

Magdalena Mak-Jeszka

Project Ambassador

Berlin, Germany / Poznań, Poland

Percussive dance teacher, percussive dancer, event organiser

I am passionate about discovering more mindful movement, bringing more focus and purpose to the way we move, taking courage to break barriers between dance techniques, researching the art of improvisation and looking for connection between dancers and musicians.

“You can't beat death but you can beat death in life, sometimes.”
―  Charles Bukowski

Ranaji Deb

Project Ambassador

Agartala, India

A perpetual student, simultaneously coming to terms with nothing and everything.

“This was love: a string of coincidences that gathered significance and became miracles."
― Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Urszula Hajdukiewicz

Ambassador, Artists Mama

Warsaw, Poland

Theater person, art explorer. Commited to her passions, always searching for something new.

“Attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. Stay eager."
―  Susan Sontag

Arash Fateh

Sculptor, Architect, Musician

Tehran, Iran

The meaning of my life is in Artistic action.For me, art is a process of deconstruction.

"Deconstruction is call up another sprite and show it"
―  Jacques Derrida

Become  ambassador

I think we are all a bit lost in our today complex world without being even aware of it. We are always so busy getting OUR things done and reaching OUR agenda's goal, that in so many cases we act just automatically, without any reflection, repeating the same patterns. I see human beings as the wind that carries the seeds. There is never too late to start to feel responsible for the quality of the seeds we are carrying and to believe that our deeds and voice really matters.

Voices of BOE

Magdalena Mak-Jeszka

People behind the project / Gathering Call

Artist's Call

The Initiator

About The artist and Visual Activist

German artist, SaySay.Love draws inspiration from social issues affecting the world around him. SaySay.Love shares his unique way of seeing the world through the work he creates. Born with an optical disability that affects his ability to see the world three-dimensionally, SaySay.Love has a different perspective which comes across in his suggestive and provocative work.

Art is a challenge among people to create something more interesting. His photography is layered with symbolism and based on his emotional experiences and reflections on the social issues. SaySay.Love is passionate about education and the role it plays in social change, supporting a number of charities with the proceeds of his work.


His exhibitions have dealt with the theme of water, highlighting issues around water conservation and the real threat that major cities will run out of water in the future (Gift of Water, Matrix of Water & There is No Water - 2018); as well as highlighting issues around intimacy and loneliness amongst people in today’s digital world (Skin Deep, Intimate Loneliness - Faked Perfection - 2019)

There are two sides to being human. There is a side that destroys and one that cares and loves. One has to decide for himself which side you want to live on'

Exhibition Interview 2018

SaySay Love

The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.

The Source

Albert Einstein

Art is the name we have given to humanity’s most primal response to the mystery of existence. It was in the face of the mystery that dance, music, poetry, and painting were born.

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J. F. Martel

The only moral lesson which is suited for a child--the most important lesson for every time of life--is this: 'Never hurt anybody.'

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Rousseau

Indifference to me is the epitome of all evil

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Elie Wiesel

Science brings knowledge, art brings revelation and religion redemption. Art penetrates into the interior of earthly matter in order to take out the interior and thus transfigure the exterior. They reconcile science and religion.

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Karl May

Philosophy is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language.

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Ludwig Wittgenstein

Nothing is as powerful as an idea whose time has come.

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Victor Hugo

Somewhere beyond right and wrong, there is a field. I will meet you there.

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Rumi