[Talk-GB] [Fwd: London map project]

SteveC steve at asklater.com
Wed Feb 7 14:22:21 GMT 2007

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Subject: 	London map project
Date: 	Wed, 07 Feb 2007 10:29:43 +0000
From: 	Agnes Poitevin-Navarre <agnes at cushionculture.com>
To: 	<steve at asklater.com>

Hi Steve

Christian Nold told me about your very interesting website a couple of
days ago.
Please find below info about my current map project.
I need more entries in all parts of London so I hope you will
participate and circulate my email.
Plus if possible, I would love to present the project on one of your
asklater talks.

Many thanks



         What is your greatest achievement?

     What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

     What is your full postcode?
     [It can be work, home or any other postcode as long as it is within


     Please reply to the abridged version of The Questionnaire de Proust
     party game above in order to participate in a feel good art project.
     Your answers can be personal or professional, light or deep, mundane
     or truly exceptional. Also feel free to circulate this email to
     friends and colleagues that live/work within the boundaries of
     London [central and greater London 33 boroughs].

     Thank you for providing the data for the anecdotal maps ‘Land of
     Achievement’ and ‘Land of Wisdom’.
     Your details will remain confidential, only you will know where you
     fit on the map.

     As the identity of the participants remains anonymous, contributions
     are open to interpretation, stimulating the imagination of the
     audience. That is an integral part of the project. Almost 700 people
     from all over London and all walks of life have already contributed.
     The anonymity element allows the contributors to be true to
     themselves at the source.
     It also prevents the audience from making judgment based on gender,
     race and creed downstream.

     Originally a party game from the French Belle Epoque era, Le
     Questionnaire de Proust gives great insights into the psyche of the
     respondents.  Marcel Proust, author of “In Search of Lost Time” made
     such an impact when he participated twice that the Questionnaire was
     named after him.

     I will be honoured to share your words of wisdom.


     agnes poitevin-navarre

     0798 008 2104


have fun,

SteveC steve at asklater.com http://www.asklater.com/steve/

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