Prisoners help juveniles

“Gefangene helfen Jugendlichen” (Prisoners help juveniles) – Artistic design of an old cinema screen in the JVA prison in Hamburg’s Fuhlsbüttel district.

In 1996, the JVA Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel launched an exciting social project based on an idea developed by three prisoners. This involved using prisoners to deter young people from embarking on a criminal career. getting-up was responsible for the design of the visitors room.

In 2000, the artists DAIM, Daddy Cool, TASEK, Stohead, Trol and Seak created a piece that was vivid and intimidating. It featured violent youths hanging around in front of a prison. They are surrounded by the demonic temptations of a life of crime while inmates try to warn them of the consequences of such a career.

As with the “Gefangene helfen Jugendlichen” project, the aim of this expressive piece deterrence.

Artists: DAIM, Daddy Cool, Stohead, Tasek, Trol, Seak | "Gefangene helfen Jugendlichen" | Hamburg / Germany | 02.2000 | work in prison (JVA - Santa Fu) for "Gefangene helfen Jugendlichen e.V."

Artists: DAIM, Daddy Cool, Stohead, Tasek, Trol, Seak | “Prisoners help juveniles” | Hamburg / Germany | 02.2000 | work in prison (JVA – Santa Fu) for “Gefangene helfen Jugendlichen e.V.”

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