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Play Me, I’m Yours

Since 2008, artist Luke Jerram has been creating traveling artworks by installing pianos in public spaces across the world. In 55 different cities, pianos have been placed on streets, in parks, and train stations. They all come with the same set of instructions, “Play me, I’m yours.”

YouTube is naturally awash with video’s of people playing them, from security guards to children. A slew of famous pianists like Lydia Solomon and Lang Lang have even gotten in on the fun.


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  2. I used to live in Seoul, and there were a few pianos like this at a local park. I don’t remember seeing the “Play me” part on them though… perhaps a different venture? But still really neat!

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