The people of the UK are soon to vote in a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. What are your opinions on the EU? What does it make you think of? What do you see in your daily life that evokes thoughts of the EU?
@myimageoftheEU Princes Street, Edinburgh #torn UK and EU heading their separate ways? #myimageoftheEU pic.twitter.com/fedmN0n9tF
— Laura Cram (@EUidentity) February 2, 2016
We are inviting you to get involved and be part of the debate! Tweet your images, cartoons, videos and comments that capture your image of the EU. Examples might be EU funding signs, or flags in different spots, but the only limit is your imagination.
@myimageoftheEU Edinburgh, UK. Is all european regulation all crooked bananas? #myimageoftheEU pic.twitter.com/fQJcRHnfuR
— Clare Llewellyn (@clarellewellyn) February 10, 2016
We will use your images to create a Twitter gallery that will be accessible to the public, academics, policymakers and political elites. We would particularly welcome images from those who don’t feel a part of the central debate. Get your voices heard. We will be using some of these images in an art installation on Europe Day, 9 May 2016. Prizes will be awarded for the best images.
@myimageoftheEU Edinburgh, Will the EU recognise that the euro isn't the only currency in the EU? #myimageoftheEU pic.twitter.com/QpgMjqQjOp
— clare2 (@clare_gmai_24) February 10, 2016
To participate, tweet images stating where you spotted them, or where you are based, and how the image makes you feel about the EU to @myimageoftheEU, using the hashtag #myimageoftheEU, or email them to us. See the tweets featured here for examples of what to do or visit our Twitter wall.
Our #ImagineEurope project is part of the Economic and Social Research Council’s The UK in a Changing Europe programme. Look out for our regular updates as the project tracks developments in the debate on the UK’s membership of the EU and follow us on Twitter @myimageoftheEU for more information on this and other projects.
This article was originally published on the ImagineEurope Storify.