How does collaboration redefine a contemporary understanding of art?
The prevalence of collaborative art practices has grown since the 1960s. Today we are seeing new forms of artistic collaboration and participation emerge out of the digital medium and the inclusion of a wider ranges of disciplines.
However, collaboration affects the way we view and understand art work. How does this challenge the role of the artist as author and expand the concept of process? How does collaboration nurture a broader relationship of social, political, and personal issues?