As part of the 2015 Ideas Festival, the Aspen Institute invites you to the Aspen Mountain Gondola Plaza in Aspen, Colorado, to take part in the Inside Out Project.

The Inside Out Photobooth truck will make a portrait of each participant and print it as a poster to be immediately pasted on the grounds of the Gondola Plaza. All the posters and faces pasted up together become the single image, creating a collective project where EVERYONE becomes the art that will symbolize a simple idea: “Connecting Our Humanity.”

Aspen Institute founder Walter Paepcke believed that we could access our humanity by immersing ourselves in the humanities and arts, reflecting on the great works of the past and present, becoming "more self-aware, more self-correcting, and more self-fulfilling.” Ideas Festival aims toward the same goal. As part of the 2015 Festival come celebrate that passion by sharing this unique human experience.

Inside Out Photobooth

Sunday, June 28th from 10 am to 2 pm
Monday, June 29th from 6 pm to 9 pm
Tuesday, June 30th from 6 pm to 9 pm

Aspen Mountain Gondola Plaza
601 E. Dean Street, Aspen, CO 81611 (corner of E. Durant and S. Hunter Streets)

In case of overcrowding, the organization reserves the right to close access to the photobooth earlier.

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About JR

The artist JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits in the streets of the world, making art for all and catching the attention of people who are not typical museum visitors. From his very beginning when he found a camera on the Paris subway to the present days with projects like WOMEN ARE HEROES, THE WRINKLES OF THE CITY, UNFRAMED JR has been invited to make and share art all around the world.

Inside Out Project

In 2011, JR receives the TED Prize and wins a "wish to change the world". He creates Inside Out, an international participatory art project that allows people worldwide to get their picture taken and paste it. Over 200,000 posters were posted in more than 130 countries. Each Inside Out project around the world is documented, archived and exhibited online for all to share.