Origami for Life, fight against COVID-19 A participative artistic action

Posted on 02.04.2020

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Belgian designer Charles Kaisin invites everyone to make an origami which will  support the project to transform hospital units into Covid-19 units at Erasme Hospital.
For each origami received, five euros will be donated to the Erasmus Foundation.
 
And why not take part in this generous family initiative?
Building origami is great mind gymnastics for young and old. It’s an exciting game to share together.
All you need is a piece of square paper and your neurons to the maximum of their ability.
All the origami received will be used to build an installation which will be exhibited at KANAL-Center Pompidou Brussels.

 

The artist Charles Kaisin's website shows you
- a tutorial to guide you in this initiative.
- You just need to place your origami in boxes to be found  in pharmacies and supermarkets.
- Or by directly sending these by mail to the following address: Atelier Charles Kaisin – 36 Quai du Commerce, 1000 Brussels – Belgium. 

Also send a picture of your creation on #origamiforlife
Website
 For sure, we will participate!
 
 
 

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