Participate: Free, Libre, Open Source Systems and Art (FLOSSA)
PARTICIPATE: MAKE "FREE" ART
Work in collaboration with the artist & exhibit your work
In the spirit of what the artist calls “free art” (as in free speech), Caroline Woolard is inviting Cornell University student artists and designers to create their own sculptures based on Woolard's open source files. The objects to be made are based on a series of downloadable templates created by the artist and made available in March. Finished objects will be exhibited during the April Free Libre, Open Source Systems and Art (FLOSSA) exhibition and in the Fall 2016 CCA Biennial.
ABOUT THIS EVENT:
Woolard has been invited to Cornell as part of the CCA Biennial 2016: Abject/Object Empathies to present FLOSSA as an exhibition that epitomizes the empathetic relationship between objects and the socio-cultural dynamics that produce and hold them. The upcoming Biennial, Abject/Object Empathies, brings together artists working with ideas of intentional reciprocity in design, working method, content or aim.
For any questions or considerations concerning the FLOSSA exhibition, please contact Mariko Azis, Curatorial Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.