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Play me I’m Yours | Luke Jerram
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Play me I’m Yours | Luke Jerram

These colourful pianos have been placed around various world cities by British artist Luke Jerram as part of an ongoing initiative to bring together so called “invisible communities”, that is, people who regularly spend time with each other without ever having a conversation – think people who wait for the same bus every day, or go to their local laundrette each weekend at the same time. The Play Me, I’m Yours initiative has seen 38 cities around the world become home to pianos painted by local artists in order to spark conversation and encourage people to show off their musical skills to strangers. The project started in Birmingham, England in 2008, but continues to grow each year, gradually bringing invisible communities together.

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