The Peace One Day 2012 art project was a big success, raising almost £450,000 and incredible levels of awareness for Peace One Day’s work in 2013. The creative community has a key role to play and a voice that can be heard, using their influence to help increase awareness and raise funds.
For 2014, curated again by leading contemporary artist Jake Chapman, Peace One Day is asking artists to use decommissioned M16 assault rifles to produce artwork, thereby continuing the story of taking objects of war and using them in support of peace. The Exhibition is confirmed to take place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts during Frieze week from Monday 13th October to Friday 19th October.
-- Go to AKA Peace 2012
-- Read about AKA Peace 2014 on The Telegraph
AKA PEACE from Mercer on Vimeo.