Here, There and Everywhere: Anticipating the Art of the Future

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THE CATALOG

Housed in a handsome, limited edition box, Here, There and Everywhere: Anticipating the Art of the Future documents 60 inter-related exhibits, focusing on collaborative art making practices. Described and presented as full-color illustrations in a series of booklets, these projects celebrate today's new world order, where borders are porous, communication instantaneous and spectacular achievements, more often than not, a joint effort.

For Here, There and Everywhere, TransCultural Exchange asked artists to collaborate with people from different cultures and disciplines. Artists were asked to step outside their historically solitary studio practice and explore new ways of making art – to celebrate cross-fertilization, multi-disciplinary practices and 'out-of-the-box' thinking, and in the process to embrace the art of the future.

In some cases the artists collaborated on the same pieces, either trading them back and forth or passing them from one to another in a modern day version of the Surrealists' game "The Exquisite Corpse," updated with the use of the internet. Not surprisingly new technology appeared in a number of works, including one in which the commonplace question asked of strangers about the weather became the basis of a global blog and another in which eBay became the artists' exhibition venue. Artists also joined scientists in experiments that included communicating with bacteria. Isolated cultures were visited and engaged. Musicians composed with visual artists. Chefs worked with sculptors; and others reached out to community members to create wondrous artistic hybrids. All of these pieces remind us that working together is often more enlightening than working alone, that we have much to learn from one another and that much can be gained by doing so.


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