Co-ordinating artists Annette Simpson and Jack Randell invite you to be part of the creation of collaborative 2D works in New Tracks, an exhibition running at Salerno Gallery from 10 – 23 September 2012.
There are three works in which you may participate.
Media -digital, online.
Collaborators receive via email a digital tile, being a numbered small outlined portion of the final image. Render the tile in whichever manner you please, either digitally or print and scan, and return. The artists will re-compile the completed tiles, send you a high-resolution final image for your own use, and digitally print an edition for exhibition.
2) “My Line”.
Collaborators receive, via post, a heavy white paper card (28cm x 38cm) with 2 printed weaving black string lines. The lines have a common entry and exit point so the final image gives the impression of continual lines. Render the card in whichever manner you please and return. The artists will compose the completed tiles for exhibition. Finished work will be approx 2 metres sq. Participants can request a digital, high-resolution final image for your own use.
3) “Art Gallery”.
Media -Paint on mdf.
Visit the gallery – 10-23 September 2012, and paint an mdf tile, being a drawn, numbered small portion of the final image. Paint the tile in whichever manner you please. The artists will mount the tiles during the exhibition as they are completed. You can make arrangements to collect your tile beforehand and return it before the 10th of September by contacting the artists. Participants can request a digital, high-resolution final image for their own use.
New Tracks is an engagement process. The pictures in this exhibition embody collective identity, of experience and place. Collaboratively we will have created a representation of place that individually could never have been produced.
Attribution will be by consent, using the name supplied on return of your portion of the final work. Material components remain the property of the artists, with copyrights shared allowing participants to print, share, archive or change at their discretion
Participation is free, and is invited under the Share Alike terms of Creative Commons – http://creativecommons.org.au/learn-more/licences