Tag Archives: criticism in art

Contemporary Artist Collaboration References

This is a series of resources to investigate both during our class time on 11/10 and on your own outside of class. In the comment section below please add feedback and or a list of your favorite artistic collaborations,

Robert Rauschenberg and Jean Tinguely –


Andy Warhol & Jean Michel Basquiat –




Matthew Barney & Bjork – 

NY Times Article –  http://nyti.ms/1gC6e4r

Watch the full version of Drawing Restrain 9 here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1hpicwniLs

Artist Collaborations with Fashion –


Interesting Article on Artistic Collaboration from 2012 –


9/30/14 – Manifesto Importance & Remix Fairness

My friend and colleague Michael Branson Smith shared this great piece with our CT101 class this week – “Andy Baio is a software developer for Kickstarter writes and speaks about his experience being sued by a photographer and is forced to settle and pay thousands of dollars. This is despite the fact he believes the law is on his side and so does his pro-bono counsel the EFF.”

Question :: What do think? How has this presentation solidified or changed your point of view or awareness on the subject of remix and reuse culture? How does this information effect the way you promote yourself as an artist on the web?

What is a Manifesto and why is it important to write one?

According to merriam-webster.com : “a manifesto is written statement that describes the policies, goals, and opinions of a person or group” This is usually made public to hold one to their statements.”

Examples –

Manifestos for Art, Life & Business – 



Follow this link to publish you personal or artistic manifesto to our blog!

View examples of student manifestos from 2013 here.