Kat Jones, a Bangkok-based artist, is a modern-day woman of letters _ and she wants to get her hands on yours to become part of her next major art installation.
Jones is after letters, whether they are to someone you once loved (or still love), to a parent (lost or living), to a hero or past tormentor. It can tell this person exactly how you feel or how they made you feel, to thank them, or to let them know you miss them. Here are a few guidelines if you decide to lend a helping hand. The letter must be handwritten on only one side of the paper, which can be of any size. It should start with "Dear..." and you may sign your name if you wish. If English is your second language, you are more than welcome to write in your own language. Most importantly, you should be honest. Write it from your heart _ whether it be angry, joyous or sad.
Jones hopes to receive letters from all over the world and they will be put together for a display during the "I Wrote You A Letter... An Installation Of Honesty" exhibition with the date and location to be confirmed.
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