Any other thoughts…

  • Tracy O'Connor says:

    What a boring day it’s been with no tasks to complete! I just wanted to echo Julie and Macy’s message and say a big thankyou to Laurence – Thank you for bringing your art to our community. It’s given me the courage to break down some of those invisible barriers that exist for all of us, segregating us from ‘the stranger.’ While most of the tasks – the smiling, the kindnesses etc are things I do as part of my daily life, the project gave me the confidence to go the extra mile and extend myself to more and more people I didn’t know, and now do! The experiences of the other participants have made me laugh, feel a connection and have plenty of ‘I wish I’d thought of that!’ moments, for example Maxine’s approach to scattering seeds across the park with her dog’s frisbee to name just one – genius!. Because of the project, I now get smiles and waves from more friendly faces around my neighbourhood than ever before and I cannot wait for the exhibition to meet some of the other participants and see how the project has come together as a whole.
    Laurence – If you ever need support to promote another community project, then you have mine. x

  • Julie and Macy says:

    Thanks for thinking of the idea Laurence, it has been great fun and my daughter really enjoyed it!

  • Tracy O'Connor says:

    As I reflected on all the nutty things I’ve spent the last two weeks doing for the Coincidence Project, I thought about how every city could benefit from doing one and how much I’m actually going to miss it.

  • Claire says:

    Today Monday we received no message from coincidence and i am missing it. I liked this experience very much and it was funny.