Plausible Artworlds


Plausible Artworlds is a multi-phase project initiated by the Philadelphia-based group Basekamp in collaboration with a self-organized network of international groups and individuals. This network will reach out to involve many others, through the project’s 2-year-long collaborative process, in actively re-imagining the complex cultural systems (known as “artworlds”) which are understood to define both the limits and potentials of current and future art practice…

Plausible artworlds posters. 
We are asking people to send one-page proposals about future artworld scenarios, to be presented alongside our collaborative series of events at the ICA in Philadelphia. Additionally, paper and different coloured pens will be made available to gallery visitors encouraging people to draw their own posters reflecting on the notion of plausible artworlds.
Poster contributers: A Constructed World, Acces Local, Aharon Amir, Alan Moore, Alexi Kukuljevic, American Mortals, An Architektur, Anabela Zigova, Apartment Project, Archplus, Art Sisters, Barbara Steveni, Basekamp, Border Blog, C.CRED, Center for Getting Ugly, change is good, Clinton Williams, Collective Foundation, Dan Schimmel, David Dempewolf, David Goldenberg, Deborah Kelly, Denise Stein, Detlev Fischer, DS Nicholas, Elizabeth Newman, Ely & Harris, Ernest Concepcion, Freee, GANG, Gavin Wade, Giancarlo Norese, Heather Johnson, Incident, Ipek Duben, Jacob Lunderby, Janet Kaplan, Jason Lujan, Jennifer Revit, John Freeborn, Jonathan VanDyke, Katalog 10, Kent Hansen, Khadija Carroll, Kirsten Forkert, Larry Fink, Learning Group, Lillie Farr (Diamant Art Corp.), Lorene Askew, Marisa Jahn, Mary Jo Walters, Mike Salmond, Mike Wolf, NSK, Orgacom, Per Hüttner, Peter DAugustino, Renée Ridgeway, Salem Collo-Julin, Soundforum, Think Tank, Trinity Session, Trish Milnamow, WHW.

“Team Players for Plausible Artworlds” event series arranged by Basekamp. Part of “Locally Localized Gravity”, an ICA (Philadelphia) curated exhibition.

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