The Equal Hearts Project is an artistic work raising awareness for marriage equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex community.
The Equal Hearts Project is on going project and is available for exhibition for any events supporting marriage equality and the gay & lesbian community. If you would like to use the installation for a upcoming event please email the artist Fiona Hueston at email@example.com for further information.
The Equal Hearts Project participants, Fair Day, Sydney, Australia, 2012. Photograph Fiona Hueston.
The project consists of thousands of handmade paper origami hearts, using the six colours associated with the gay pride rainbow, every heart contains a written or drawn message of support from the general public and significant community leaders for marriage equality, some of The Equal Hearts Project hearts have been signed by the Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore, MP Alex Greenwich, Prof. Kerryn Phelps & Jackie Stricker-Phelps. The hearts are strung onto fishing lines which then are attached to a pink rotary washing line to create the installation. If you would like to see the signed hearts and the participants please go to the Signed Hearts & Participants page.
The Equal Hearts Project Installation, photograph Kathy Luu, 2012.
The Equal Hearts Project has recently been converted into a sculpture.
Photograph by Fiona Hueston, 2016.
Thanks for your interest and support in for The Equal Hearts Project and marriage equality.
If you would like to use the installation for a upcoming event please email the artist Fiona Hueston at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.