MULTIPLICITY- collaboration

 

Who best to describe the experience of working collaboratively for 'MULTIPLICITY'
than the artists themselves? 

 

Here are just a few of their thoughts on the process.

More artist insights into the process are included in the 
CATALOG 

 

Kay Hartung, Carrie Childs Antonini and Cheryl Clinton work together to complete 'Cut/Fold/Tear' installation.
In my whole career as an artist the best moments are when I am dialoguing and working intensely with other artists. It’s when I know art is a natural and essential part of humanity. I feel the isolation and misunderstanding that we are prone to just drop away as we work things out and create together.
— Carrie Childs Antonini
Setting the simple goal of creating artwork together that would be different from what any of us could do alone turns out to be pretty complicated…
— Stacey Piwinski
The collaborative process isinspiring, challenging, frustrating...
and always worthwhile.
— Tracy Spadafora
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