Here There and Everywhere: The Art Of Collaboration
Place: Part VII   Virtual

Serve & Project

Lisa Link • USA • Artist
Io Palmer • USA • Artist
Hui Ling Lee • USA • Artist
including the following collaborators as of October 2010: Andre Barbosa, Erik Benjamins, Michelle Borlaug, Priscilla Briggs, Crystal, Dan and Laurie Crooke, Calcagno Cullen, Monique Cuvelier, Maya Escobar, Jackie and Jill Eskenazi, Anika Hall, Kevin Haas, Keith Hershberger, Patrick Holbrook, Donna Hurt, Germaine Jenkins, Celia, Cori and Courtney Lee, Maureen McManus, Ray Nadolny, Jonell Jaime Pulliam, Lynne Riding, Manny and Margie Root, Joyce Nadolny Shui, Amy Reed, Reza Safavi, Jeremy Thibodeaux, Kimberly McHenry Williams, Gonzalo and Irene Yukhananov.

Created by Io Palmer and Lisa Link, Serve & Project is a public art initiative that explores the cultural, political and economic issues surrounding the production and consumption of food.

For their collaboration, the team invited “guests” to participate in a Cyberfeast banquet by creatively interpreting a series of dishes. The work submitted came in the form of videos and photographs as well as an inaugural multi-dining networked event. As hosts to Cyberfeast, Lisa and Io skyped with each guest from across the country. Guests posted their work to the blog and also recorded their experiences on paper or cloth dinner napkins.

Cyberfeast is ongoing and both Lisa and Io would like to “dine” with many people from around the world. In the future, it is their hope that the Cyberfeast project will be displayed as an installation made up of hundreds of napkins and large projections documenting this project. For information or to participate in Serve & Project please write to Lisa Link and Io Palmer at

Serve and Project Website

Hampden and Central Galleries, University of Massachusetts • Amherst, Massachusetts, USA •
April 2011

Located on the University of Massachusetts’ Amherst campus, Hampden and Central Galleries’ mission is to facilitate cultural understanding through exhibitions and in-depth adjunct programming. The main focus is on new work by emerging artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, printmaking, mixed media, video and new media.