Xchange Your Obsolete Technology For Art

Posted by Ploi Malakul | October 14th, 2012 Share

XCHANGE – Social Art From The ObsoleteXCHANGE – Social Art From The ObsoleteXCHANGE – Social Art From The Obsolete

Nick Gentry‘s art is generated with the use of contributed artefacts and materials. As a social art project, your participation and contributions are a vital part of Gentry’s creative process. The history and rich variety of memories contained in your old objects forms the main subject of each piece.

Want to take part? Here’s how:

1. Fill a small box with your obsolete technology.
2. Send it to the studio or the gallery.
3. Your objects are embedded into art (see images above).
4. Go and see the art in a show. ❚ Flattr this

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