Wed Jul 20, 2005 22:52
Seeking information on artists and collectives that are developing innovative new strategies for working collectively and collaboratively. In place of the grand recits of past political movements, which figured the collective as a universalizing abstraction, I'm looking for examples of contemporary groups that employ pragmatic, localized strategies to develop alternative models of collective and collaborative agency based on affinity, shared commitment and political necessity. I'm particularly interested in projects produced in conjunction with NGOs and movements for social justice nationally and internationally. Please send information to: Grant Kester at email@example.com.