Gianni Jetzer | Singapore - Fukushima
A line is a dot that went for a walk, 2016
Art therapy is one way to help children cope with traumatic experiences. Gianni is supporting the artist Noritoshi Hirasawa to raise funds for a two-week art retreat program called Today Is the Day in Singapore for children living in Fukushima, Japan in a contaminated environment. The first year he bought the artwork behind him on the picture entitled Does This Soup Taste Ambivalent? By Ei Arakawa, the following year Gianni asked artists for donations and this year he launched the first Today Is the Day-Portfolio with artworks by Davide Balula, Jessica Diamond, and Carissa Rodriguez. Art theraphy.