On the other hand, Maria Sturm and her collaborators have set up a contemporary still life hugely inspired by Dutch painting. And Wendy Huyn, a Paris-based photographer, has portrayed some of her neighbours, people from her close community, to convey a message of strength and unity. As she herself puts it, “this is about them. The younger generations need to work together”. A first exam in community building will take place this Sunday – in some countries, the voting period starts even earlier, on Thursday of Friday, for example – and we all need to pass.
If you’re in and want to motivate your peers, in addition to sharing the project, you can take some guerrilla-style action by printing posters and posting them as bills all over the streets. And no, don’t worry, you don’t need to even open Photoshop. Just visit EUnited.co and choose a photo, a language, and the colour of both the background and the type, and you’ll have it. Clear, straight-forward, arty and easy-peasy. What else could you ask for? If after all this you’re still not taking action, then you’re just another one to blame.