Katherine Whitcomb is a collaborative artist and writer who firmly embraces the idea that art is for everyone. She explores collaboration and art to connect to the past and other minds through shared imagination.
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Collaboration and YOU
BY SHANTELL MARTIN
@ VOL 72
ON APR 21, 2010
"Get out of your head and into your body, hell yeah."
A sentiment we love, and one we think you will too as you watch Shantell Martin's presentation about collaborations, done while the artist was based in Tokyo (she is currently based in NYC).
Imagination in Animation
BY ALMOG MIZRAHI
@ VOL 117
ON SEP 24, 2014
Animation professor Almog Mizrahi, expresses himself through animation, and understands what goes into the cartoons that we see. He tries to push and challenge his students, and artists alike, to make from their imagination, and not what has already been made.
Art With Other Species
BY EGG SYNTAX
@ VOL 9
ON OCT 09, 2015
"One of the themes that keeps drawing me back to this sorta work is that of technological augmentation. Some interspecies collaboration can begin to suggest to us what it might be like to be technologically augmented humans..."
In "Art with Other Species" from PechaKucha Night Asheville Vol. 9, Egg Syntax explores the artistic, scientific, and all-together fascinating intersection of an art crossbred with nature. He surveys examples, themes, and implications of interspecies art from the simplest notions of using another species as a medium, to that of collaboration with another species. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Collaboration and Food Innovation
BY FRANCESCO CINGOLANI
@ VOL 29
ON DEC 06, 2016
Francesco Cingolani, co-founder of Volumes Coworking, speaks about the concept and approach of Volumes to facilitate short and longer term developments in the field of food innovation from a foundation of exchange and collaboration.
The Art of Collaboration (or How to Not Freak Out When You Change Another Artist’s Work)
BY KATE SANTUCCI
@ VOL 35
ON MAY 09, 2018
Kate Huser Santucci and Amy Kollar Anderson are both living and making art in Dayton. Between them, they have figured out how to use found bones and glitter on the same piece of work, and remain friends! For them, collaboration is not just a buzzword, but has become a way of thinking about creativity, friendship, and a new way of working.
Jamie Muston in collaboration with Zac Grant - Representation of Albinism in Media
BY JAMIE MUSTON
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 06, 2018
Jamie is a creative student and performer. She will be speaking about her friend Zac, who is here tonight, and issues he faces in media.