6 Easy Pieces: A New Mandala for Tibet

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Exhibition of the inaugural collection of silk panels supported by additional works by the featured artists produced by 'Miss Kiki Salon Presents...' in association with Reading Room; Curator and exhibitor in the Six Easy Pieces group exhibition at a central London gallery in Soho. As curator the artists were selected and juried and invited to exhibit. The exhibition highlighted seven established and emerging artists whose styles ranged from the figurative to the decorative. A group of artists and creative makers from a wide range of backgrounds and diverse modes of creative expression, some established, others emerging or outsider artists, were invited to participate in the project though social networking. This research project reflects on the nature of collaborative working in the virtual worlds of social networking and new media. It problematizes methods of remote team building and working with virtual individuals. In the discussions arising from the case study issues of clarity, communication and isolation are considered and analysed within a clear theoretical context. The project developed interdisciplinary ways of working with outcomes being an exhibition, a collection of high end fashion accessories retailed in the commercial market and a reflective paper that critically analyses the experiential nature of collaboration and cross platform interaction using digital technologies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event6 Easy Pieces - Reading Room Gallery, Frith Street, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 8 Feb 20102 Mar 2010

Bibliographical note

Exhibition of the inaugural collection of silk panels supported by additional works by the featured artists produced by 'Miss Kiki Salon Presents...' in association with Reading Room

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