Paper Rad was a collective of artists acting on the East coast of America during 2000 to 2008. They were mostly famous for creating video art, ”zines”, MIDI-files and paintings with a distinct aesthetic connecting ”underground” culture and the light ”retro-tech”-pictures of the ‘90s.
Today the world is much closer to the individual than it has ever been. Internet and computers have made distance unimportant.
SPUD is an organisation that creates opportunities for artists and architectures to engage in the community and create pieces for debate and understanding from the society. After the merge with ArtSway charitable Trust SPUD has taken over the responsibility of the former ArtSway-building and created what they call spudWORKS. The building is a restored stable […]
The word Anataban comes from the Arabian language and means” I´m tired”. The artist collective Anataban is stationed in Juba, the biggest town in South Sudan.
A collection of artists on rafts The Miss Rockaway Armada is about 30 artists and performers from all over USA that has come together to create an event. Both the performers and the artists come from different collectives and associations. One warm day of July they all met in Minneapolis to create an armada of […]
Assemble is a collective in London that covers a large spectrum of art and design. From art to architecture. The collective was founded in 2010 and according to themselves they consist of between 16 and 20 members. Their way of work is aimed at the difference between what is public and the way of making […]
LTTR is a genderqueer feministic artist collective founded in the early 2000´s by Emily Roysdon, K8 Hardy, Ulrike Müller and Ginger Brooks Takahashi. The artist collective came out of the feministic riot grrrl-stage of the 90’s which purpose was to create a collective art piece giving their people a new way of looking at themselves. […]
Founding About 18 kilometres northeast from Bremen in Germany the first steps were taken to what was to become Germanys most known artist colony. To the little village Worpswede artists came from all over the country to join in the community and brotherhood that the colony quickly became famous for. Here you could see jugend, […]
In the northern parts of Sweden, you can find Skogsnäs, pretty much in the middle of nowhere. This little village started its development in the 70´s with the so called “Green wave” where some young people wanted a change from life in the city and to live of what nature could bring. Since the start […]
In Denmark, and throughout the world, people talk about Christiania. The place where people do as they like! A parallel community for alternative lifestyles The city, as they call it, is actually a part of Copenhagen and the district called Christianshavn. The “city” got its name from the Danish king Kristian IV and is situated […]