Category Archives: collaboration

Futurefarmers

Futurefarmers is a group of artists and designers working together since 1995. We are artists, researchers, designers, farmers, scientists, engineers, illustrators, people who know how to sew, cooks and bus drivers with a common interest in creating work that challenges

Futurefarmers

Futurefarmers is a group of artists and designers working together since 1995. We are artists, researchers, designers, farmers, scientists, engineers, illustrators, people who know how to sew, cooks and bus drivers with a common interest in creating work that challenges

Mel Chin

Mel Chin was born in Houston, Texas in 1951. Chin’s art, which is both analytical and poetic, evades easy classification. He is known for the broad range of approaches in his art, including works that require multi-disciplinary, collaborative teamwork and

Mel Chin

Mel Chin was born in Houston, Texas in 1951. Chin’s art, which is both analytical and poetic, evades easy classification. He is known for the broad range of approaches in his art, including works that require multi-disciplinary, collaborative teamwork and

Dada Collaboration

Dadaists believed that the value of art lay not in the work produced, but in the act of making and collaborating with others to create new visions of the world. Francis Picabia (French, 1879–1953)  1919. Ink on paper, 20 1/8

Dada Collaboration

Dadaists believed that the value of art lay not in the work produced, but in the act of making and collaborating with others to create new visions of the world. Francis Picabia (French, 1879–1953)  1919. Ink on paper, 20 1/8

The Beach Beneath the Streets – Impossible Wants

Impossible Wants is a collaborative project, lead by Laurencia Strauss and Maura Pellettieri. When the Situationists spoke of “the beach beneath the street,” they brought what was unseen to the surface of language.

The Beach Beneath the Streets – Impossible Wants

Impossible Wants is a collaborative project, lead by Laurencia Strauss and Maura Pellettieri. When the Situationists spoke of “the beach beneath the street,” they brought what was unseen to the surface of language.

Types of Collaboration

So in thinking bout artistic collaboration there are many approaches and ways to conceptualize this act. Elements to consider: Authorship – Who creates the work, who contributes meaning to it? Duration – How long? Depth – Different then how long,

Types of Collaboration

So in thinking bout artistic collaboration there are many approaches and ways to conceptualize this act. Elements to consider: Authorship – Who creates the work, who contributes meaning to it? Duration – How long? Depth – Different then how long,