published on: 13.04.2015
one day : Day One - Resilience is shaped by the input of hundreds of organisations, individuals and communities in each of the locations that it visits.
Whether offering opinions, ideas, resources or funds, each of our partners is a vision holder with a stake in the project.
As the project grows and develops, we will share some of our process with our online audience. You can see how one day : Day One – Resilience brings these visions together by meeting the people behind those visions.
In Spring 2015, one day : Day One’s lead artist, Sara Zaltash, met with Lori Streich, a community organiser in Bristol, after we heard about her work to save an iconic building in Bristol from being developed disrespectfully by out-of-town property developers.
one day : Day One wants to champion the vision that communities have for their local area, as the the key to a community’s resilience in times of struggle is personal investment in their own neighbourhood.
Watch the video below to get up to speed on the issue, and read more about Lori’s work with Carriageworks Action Group here:
one day : Day One - Resilience is a participatory artwork for Bristol 2015 that has been created by Bristol-based artist Sara Zaltash in partnership with the Schumacher Institute and support from the Quartet Community Foundation, Bristol City Council and the Bristol Green Capital Partnership. Bristol is a member of Rockefeller’s 100 Resilient Cities Network.