We invited artists to create an edition of 15 (or more) of a flatwork of their choosing. We asked everyone to make works no larger than 8” x 10” and no thicker than ⅛” to ensure proper fitting within a Keep in Touch care package. We encouraged artists to pursue any (stable) media and format. Possible suggestions included zines, postcards, poems, drawings, prints, bookmarks, and so forth. Each Keep in Touch care package includes 3 carefully curated editioned works from participating artists. Each participating artist received their own copy of the Keep in Touch care package.
K.I.T. edition artists include...
Ahmed Ozsever, Alberto Aguilar, alejandro acierto, Anne Stevens, Anni Holm, Ben Shepard and Job Zheng, Bobbi Meier, Carla Fisher Schwartz, Carrie Cooper, Cody Tumblin, Donut Shop, Elnaz Javanii, Eric Von Haynes, Erin Hayden, Eseosa Edebiri, Hannah Radeke, Jan Simonds, Jeroen Nelemans, Jorge Lucero, Judith Brotman, Julia Arredondo, Keeley Haftner, Kelly Kristin Jones, Kioto Aoki, Kushala Vora, Liz Weinstein, Lorenza Perreli, Madeleine Aguilar ,Marianne Fairbanks ,Matt Nicholson, Mel Potter, Michelle Wasson, Nathan Florsheim, Paul Hertz, Rebecca Beachy, Regin Igloria, Richard Medina, Robin Dluzen, Sage Dawson, Sarah & Joseph Belknap, Sarah Aziz, Sonja Thomsen, Tiny Domingos, Tom Burtonwood, and Tony Foley. Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 1" Materials: Various
Terrain Exhibitions (Oak Park)
Terrain Exhibitions brings contemporary art where it is most needed and least expected: yards, front steps, windows, porches, and roofs in residential neighborhoods across the U.S. (and beyond).
This is an act of radical decentralization, taking art from privileged urban centers and bringing it into everyday spaces. By forging partnerships between artists and citizens, we create greater access for new and underserved audiences for contemporary art, empowering neighbors to make private spaces public in a spirit of generosity and collaboration.
Terrain Exhibitions produces the Terrain Biennial, a public art event staged at locations worldwide and hosts the Terrain Residency in Springfield, Illinois, working with our partners the Springfield Art Association and the Enos Park Residency Program.
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