My goal for this work is for it to be highly visible. If it is to make a difference it needs to be brought to the people, not tucked away in a shiny gallery. The work, shown on billboards in heavily trafficked areas, will act as a platform to share the complicated grief faced by suicide survivors, promote healing conversations that engage policy makers & the public, & decrease the stigma surrounding depression, mental health & suicide.
View the billboards from April 25 through July 20, 2012 at three Sydney locations: 1) Platform 3, Town Hall Metro Station, and, 2) 349 Darling Street, Balmain and 3) 114 Oxford Street, Sydney (storefront).
Printed to large scale (19ft x 10ft) with QR code links to the project website and mobile compatible multimedia pieces where commuters can hear survivors stories in their own voices, the exhibition is supported by an awareness campaign for suicide prevention, including:
With utmost thanks to the following project supporters, without whom this campaign would not be possible.
Click the links below to learn about our project supporters: