If you’ve heard about The Hate Project, this is the right place to be for more information. The Hate Project is about telling everyone what you hate. It’s not about hating people; it’s about hating a thing, a food, an event, or some inanimate object. For example, some of my first haters said things like, “Cauliflower”, “Getting old”, and “Liberals.” Sure, that last one is a “people” hate but it’s also funny.
This project is an experimental look at Hate in the context of “We all hate the same things.” It’s also to show that we’re not that different from one another in what we hate.
If you can’t think of something to hate, I have a long list of things (mostly funny) to help out.
Here’s how it works:
- I have my camera and microphone set up in a nice, shady location at the Guthrie Green.
- You walk up and tell me what you hate.
- You sign the release form.
- We all wait for the compilation video.
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Be a part of The Hate Project (DIY option)
If you want to video yourself, telling me what you hate, please do so. Here are the ground rules for submitting your own video:
- Shoot it in 1080p.
- Be sure the audio is good.
- Keep it under 10 seconds.
- Stick with the format: “I hate _____________”
- I need your real name and your consent to use the video. Your name will not be published.
Send me a note on Twitter (@kenhess) or via email: ken-at-kenhess-dot-com and let me know how I can access the video.