Before I Die is a global art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations.
The Before I Die wall invites people to contemplate death and reflect on their lives. Originally created by the artist Candy Chang on an abandoned house in New Orleans after she lost someone she loved. Today there are over 2,000 walls of such nature around the world, yet none of them yet in Namibia.
‘Before I Die…’ Wall
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About the campaign creator×
I recently turned 24 and graduated from UNAM earlier this year with degree in Clinical Psychology. I am currently in the process of completing a year long internship with an Educational Psychologist and tutor in my free time. I am a voracious reader and am passionate about fighting illiteracy by promoting a spirit of reading among our youth. I am also a follower of Christ and the emphasis that Christianity places on hope, empathy and love. What sparked my interest in projects of this type was a TED talk that I watched on how art can be used to highlight social problems and also the fact that Positive Psychology is based on focusing on what is good about human beings and not just on what is wrong. Everyday, our media is flooded with negativity. Shining a light on what makes us human and our shared anxieties will promote unity among us. Therefore, hope is my drug of choice...
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