We didn't do BlueGoriila this morning. We pulled our Joker. We have few like this during our stay. People think we disappear for a day but we always come back. We met this afternoon people working at the youth center for re-insertion. We explained a little bit our project. We will come from monday on to eat lunch with people there and see what we can do together. They are apparently very shy and do not speak english. We will have to find different strategies to communicate.
Today is the last day of our first week. People talk with each other and start to know who we are. Or they make up a story for themselves. Hannele, the woman from the residency, passed by. She was around filming and people came to talk to her. They told her: We see them every day. Do you know who they are? They come here and they dance. They dance very good. Have you seen the Gorilla and the fairy? One man made a comment about us dancing in his bedroom. This was a bit edgy. The rumor is spreading in the city. Olivia is proud to be a fairy.
We saw the old man when we were having our coffee at the cafeteria. He came to talk to us. The only thing we could understand was Kiitos, which means thank you and Viro, which apparently means Estonia. Maybe he is from there or he thinks we come from there. For the rest we communicated with the mysterious language of our hands. We can say and understand more than we think.