Cosmic Passport  made for Your Documents Please a travelling exhibition organized by New York artists Daniel Georges and Rumi Tsuda in conjunction with the non-profit arts organization Alma On Dobbin.

More than 250 artists have been invited to create Passport/ID documents. On-line catalog here

My intention has  been to illustrate the idea of how individual identity is reflected by the planetary positions on celestial arc – at the time of your birth. Based on information about location of planets and houses within the zodiac, an experienced astrologer can tell surprisingly distinct details about your personality. So here I am – totally transparant!


About hanne

Mixed media artist working with collage, art-money, artists´ books, ceramics and communication
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5 Responses to ID

  1. Chris Minter says:

    Hello. I saw your article in Somerset Life (Spring 2008) and I need to ask you a question.

    The plant cups made from newspaper: how did you manage to make these? Could you possible send me the steps to fold and manipulate the paper like the photo?

    Thank you so much – it is very much appreciated!

    By the way, I corresponded with several people in Denmark when I was involved in an online group that was International. Quite fun! We even exchanged cards, gifts, and purchases.

    Chris Minter
    State of Washington, USA.

  2. Seth says:

    Very cool idea. Thanks for the link to the site.

  3. suki says:

    I just love the passport idea in general and your version in particular.

  4. Angela says:

    Dear Hanne!
    Not transparent. Enigmatic! It is a very beautiful book. As always I examine each page minutely. Exquisite.

  5. I would love to travel the world with a passport like this 🙂

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