Friday, June 03, 2005

An Exquisite Corpse

I have just registered to be a part of this.

:: The General Idea ::

An Exquisite Corpse is a collaborative experiment in the creation of visual art through the tapping of the collective unconscious...

An Exquisite Corpse is constructed by exactly four (4) players. Each player fills an equal portion of the Corpse canvas. Players are cued only by a small slice of the previous player’s work. The goal is to create a unified work of art encompassing the sensibilities and styles of four distinct individuals. Unconscious echoes of imagery, tone and subtext will occur of their own volition.

:: junebug versus hurricane/them all/she sells seashells/with butterfly wings ::
by unapologetic, AcerbiaDave, Dax, and jmarigold7



:: kashmir popsicle/lost paradise/wing shoal/but zero leads ::
by Slack-a-gogo, MetalEar, wwwalrus, and godot



:: she never called/before spring/dirty fingernails/crucified babyland ::
by DeVico, aberling, Daniel, and xoe



anexquisitecorpse.net

2 comments:

Annieytown said...

I can not wait to see what you create! This is a great site and stunning art work. Huge WOW!

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