Visual art collaboration shown at the Austin Museum of Art in September, 2011.
The Mona Lisa Project is a visual art collaborative project which includes elements of performance, historical reflection and cultural commentary on art and the historical imagery of gender perception. It is based on an exchange between photographer Rino Pizzi and 16 women artists who specialize in different media and disciplines. The project involved the development of a series of works inspired by the image and cultural relevance of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa portrait, focusing primarily on the subject’s celebrated smile. The artists/sitters decided the setting and context of the portrait--clothing, environment, and more. The main objective of the project was that of providing a reflection on a wide range of topics in contemporary art production and representation, inviting women artists to embody an established icon about femininity, which is first produced as a portrait by a male photographer, and then re-appropriated through each artist’s own aesthetic vision and experience.
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SeaofSeas is a collaborative video art project open to anyone (age 18+) anywhere. The aim is to collaborate between people through digital technologies in order to establish a coherent and aesthetic show. Works will be shown in different shows/venues in the world and in the internet.
This interactive digital project is a living memorial where participants draw their own portrait of Johnny Cash to be integrated into a collective whole, which culminates in a dynamic video of 'Ain't No Grave'.
Sketchtravel is the name of an artistic experience initiated independently by illustrators Daisuke Tsutsumi (Japan) and Gerald Guerlais (France).
Seventy-one illustrators and comic book artists from around the world are collaborating on this sketchbook which will be auctioned off October 17, 2011. Proceeds from auction and publication of sketchbook go to the international literacy non-profit, Room to Read.
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