Last year I had the opportunity to be a part of the art project TELEPHONE founded by Nathan Langston.
Based on the children’s game, a message is “whispered” from art form to art form. Each artist participating in TELEPHONE received another artist’s work and translated it into a work of their own, whether it be painting, sculpture, music, literature, film or dance.
TELEPHONE begins with one message, passes that message through more than 900 artists from 72 countries and then concludes with a single artwork.
I am currently taking part in the GLITCH.ART.BR 2020 (Glitch Art International Online Exhibition, Post-pandemic First Edition). Check out GLITCH.ART.BR on Instagram. And check out their website for more updates.
The Glitch.art.br International Online Exhibition – commonly known as glitch.art.br (pronounced glitʃ art bê érre) is an online platform designed to promote, exhibit, and provide a dedicated space for interacting with and discussing Glitch Art. An exhibition organized in Brazil but is intended for a global audience.
The exhibition is free and open to everyone, as it allows for a wider worldwide audience to access an online program that brings together artworks and texts by current artists and researchers.
The goal is to create a participatory and community-oriented initiative dedicated to showcasing experimental and subversive arts from old and new media that are based on analog and digital technologies, also to wide-ranging creative new media-art practices. The exhibition is particularly interested in featuring artworks that explore the critical, artistic and free use of technology.