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Achados e perdidos Amsterdam

Achados e perdidos Amsterdam Amsterdão Países Baixos

Achados e perdidos o Vondelpark Amsterdam, Países Baixos. Uma coisa interessante neste parque é que lá tem uma grade chamada Findfence, Vindhek, que funciona como uma espécie de “achados e perdidos”, pois as pessoas penduram ali objetos dos mais diversos perdidos pelas pessoas no parque. Na placa se lê: “Ache objetos perdidos aqui / Adicione objetos encontrados aqui”. Uma ideia interessante.

Brasil: Uma ideia interessante

Daí saí pra passear por Amsterdã e conhecer coisas que não havia visto da outra vez. Na verdade, fiquei mais andando a toa pelas ruas. Passei por um parque interessante, o Vondelpark e por ali fui vagando. Os laguinhos estavam com a maior parte de seus espelhos d’água congelados e as pessoas ainda circulavam por ali, só que bem abrigadas.Blog-Brasil-perdidos

No meio do Vondelpark, em Amsterdam, existe um “achados e perdidos”! Na placa se lê: “Ache objetos perdidos aqui / Adicione objetos encontrados aqui”. Por: Barbara Chanin

Portugal – Infinito e Mais

Coisas interessantes, diferentes, insólitas e que suscitaram a nossa curiosidade nas nossas deambulações pedestres por terras holandesas.

Findfence – Perdidos e achados num dos maiores parques de Amsterdão – Vondelpark. Na fotografia não se vê mas estão lá várias luvas presas.Honestidade

Uma solitária luva in iverno

Uma das imagens mais comuns do inverno é uma solitária luva no chão. Quem nunca perdeu uma (ou o par) morando ou passeando em lugares frios que me diga. Isso não é só coisa para turistas ou recém-chegados, desacostumados com os inúmeros acessórios de inverno. Em Amsterdã, no Vondelpark, existe o Vindhek, iniciativa de Annemarieke Weber. Um lugar onde você pode pendurar coisas achads.Blog-Brasil-Achados

Vondelparque que ficava mais próximo a Museumplein.  O parque é imenso, com muitas coisas pra ver, estátuas, lagos, coretos e um espaço para shows. Além dos bikers, encontra-se muitos patinadores, skaters e jovens jogando uma bola, além do clássico piquenique.

Citamos, blogs quoted:

 

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Objets trouvés à Amsterdam

Objets trouvés à Amsterdam

Les objets trouvés dans les parcs publics à Amsterdam sont souvent accrochés à La Trouvaillerie. Au Vondelpark, ce parc est nommé monument d´Etat, au Beatrixpark, nommé en l´honneur de la Reine Beatrix, au parc culturel Westerpark et prochainement au Amstelpark.
Objets-trouves

Partager Mon Amsterdam

Heureusement nous pouvons consulter les experiences personnelles à travers l´internet et les blogs, par Marie par exemple. Elle a “crée ce blog pour partager mon expérience, mon regard, mes surprises et  mes analyses. Parce que regarder au delà de nos frontières, c’est apporter un éclairage nouveau à nos certitudes, c’est (ré)apprendre à écouter, à regarder, à sentir, à s’étonner, à s’émerveiller. C’est apprendre à comprendre, à aimer et à le partager.” Merci beaucoup, Marie, c´est très gentil. Elle écrit:

Solution originale

Qui n’a jamais perdu un objet cher et rêvé de le retrouver? Mais toujours la même question: à qui demander? Au Pays-Bas, une femme, Annemarieke Weber a trouvé une solution originale pour permettre aux gens de déposer un objet trouvé, à d’autres de le retrouver, et dans le meilleur des cas de se rencontrer. La Vindhek est une sorte de clôture circulaire sur laquelle sont disposées des petites pinces qui permettent d’accrocher les objets trouvés. Casquettes, gants, clés, toutes sortes d’objets attendent leurs propriétaires tête en l’air.

objets-perdus

Comprendre l’autre

A Amsterdam, 178 nationalités se côtoient et fréquentent les espaces publics. En tant que communicante et artiste, Annemarieke Weber aime avant tout rassembler les gens de façon interactive et créative, pour que chacun apprenne à comprendre l’autre. Elle veut développer le dialogue et l’art dans l’espace public et encourage les gens à montrer qu’il s’enquiert de leur prochain. C’est pourquoi en 2006, elle décide de créer la Vindhek, que l’on trouve désormais dans plusieurs parcs de la ville. De l’art utile.

Art you can use

When Art Meets the Lost and Found, un blog à lire sur le site du journal Américain The New York Times.
Objets Perdus Amsterdam

 

Blogs, photos and international social media

Blogs, photos and international social media

Blogs and photos about the interactive art installation Vindhek / Findfence appear in all over the world in international social media. A great blog by Sanna from Southern Ontario,Canada with enthousiastic reactions. Thank you Sanna for your thourough research.

Violet Sky blog. Lost and found

While walking through the Vondelpark one morning I found this interesting looking fence surrounding a tree. it was decorated with cut out birds and the ubiquitous XXX symbol – the three St Andrew’s Crosses of the Amsterdam Coat of Arms – and a website for Vindhek.com
Nearby was this large sign as an explanation

The fence surrounding the tree was a ‘Findfence’ or a lost and found fence.  The sign says something along the lines of “find a lost object, add a found one”.  If you find something that someone has dropped, you can hook it onto the fence.  If you’ve lost something, this might be a great place to look for it after you’ve done a thorough pocket and ground search.  What a great idea. honesty and trust, and so friendly!
but I wondered about the flags for 18 different languages (English, Chinese, Swedish, Italian, German, Greek, Norwegian, Japanese, Danish, Turkish, Frisian, Moroccan, Surinamese, French, Hungarian, Spanish, Russian, Finnish). I think the idea is to make the fence an interactive experience where you upload a photo onto some social media site and link back to Vindhek.


Anyway, as you can see there weren’t too many objects on the fence on this particular weekend, several keys, though! Read the inventory made by Johann from Maine, USA.
I imagine that there would be many lost mittens, scarves, keys etc., in the winter as people constantly put their hands in and out of their pockets.Yes, mostly coins from every country you could imagine.
Oh, and as an aside, during my research once I got home, I discovered that the birds were special to Amsterdam – they are finches. in Utrecht the birds are robins, and in Amersfoort they are swallows.

12 comments:

Delores October 1, 2014What a great idea…a lost and found fence.
VioletSky It’s an awfully big park, so I wonder how far away some of these found objects were found. I was also concerned about so many lost keys! but, yes, a great idea
Restlessjo: I’d be seriously tempted to lose something on purpose, just so I could use the fence. :) Nice isn’t it?
Many thanks for your link to mine and for your very interesting contribution. It will appear at the bottom of my next week’s walk. See you then! :)
VioletSky: If I lived there, I think I’d be playing along and at least keeping my eye open while out on my daily stroll.
Tom: Great idea!
Linda:I love the idea of a Findfence!
PC:That is soo cool.
Cranberry Morning: Fun post! Like that lonely little sock. :-) So glad you stopped in today!
Norma: what a novel idea for lost and found! and it makes for an interesting, artsy display too.
Gemma: An interesting idea. We could do with a feature like that on a tree near our beach foreshore – especially in summer.
Sallie: That is absolutely the neatest thing ever! I love the idea. Here in Oregon there would be a ton of umbrellas. People are always losing them (not that I know that from personal experience or anything ;>)
Ruth: How very unusual!

Johann the Cabbie: Vondelpark’s lost and found department

Vondelpark has a Findfence. If you find something in the park, clip it to the fence. I did an inventory.
2 pieces of candy in wrappers
1 rock
1 pacifier
3 coins
1 note from tourists saying they love Amsterdam
3 sets of keys
1 piece of cardboard approx 1″x4″
1 thing you put around your neck to hold ID
2 businesses cards
1 hotel swipe key
1 fluffy red thingy
1 blue plastic wearable thing

Blogs quoted:

  • Canada: Violet Sky Lost and found Findfence Vondelpark Amsterdam
  • United States of America, Maine: Johann the Cabbie Inventory of the Findfence
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