02 Sep | 10h30 - 21h
1001 Nights #19 - Sunset at 8:12pm – Letters to Marseille / Closing Weekend
Where we get together to make a magic manuscript of our stories, listen to hip-hop music, and contemplate the most beautiful sunset of 2018...
On a hillside in the north of the city, MARSEILLE is spelled in capital letters, overlooking the neighbourhoods that, if written about at all, are referred to in lower-case letters. An pop-up printing studio will appear overnight, words will spring forth while images and designs blossom across pages. It will be a moment for everyone to create and share stories as they await the final sunset of the 1001 Nights programme…
1001 NIGHTS comes to a close with a view of the sea, at FORESTA and under the letters that spell out Marseille. There will be an open area with a bar, bookshop, and library, musical performances and readings, graphic design workshop, and later a DJ set inspired by Julien Valnet’s book “M.A.R.S: histoires et légendes du hip hop marseillais”.
Starting a noon and continuing throughout the day, the encampment will have a bar with light snacks available, a library, a bookstore…
10:30am: Sea Views, a walk organised by the Hôtel du Nord collective
A guided walk to learn the history of the area, see the industrial sites, and enjoy sea views… Length: 2h
Departure from the TER station in St Antoine
2pm to 7pm: The outdoor printshop
Workshops and demonstrations of a variety of printing styles (silk screen, murals, collages, risography, etc.) with the graphic design and publishing partners of the 1001 Nights project including Estampette by Fotokino, Yes We Camp, the Baguettes Magiques de la Castellane, Voyons Voir… There will also be musical performances and readings throughout the afternoon.
7pm: M.A.R.S, legends of the Marseille hip-hop scene
Performance by DJ Djel and Yasmina Er Rafass inspired by Julien Valnet’s book on the history of hip-hop in Marseille.
8:12pm: Join together to watch the final sunset of the 1001 Nights project
1001 NIGHTS #19 is coproduced by Yes We Camp as part of the Foresta project