(via.) Artist Shea Hembrey in the midst of planning to curate a biennale, decides that instead of traveling the world to find art for his exhibition, it would be easier if he just made up names and biographies for 100 artists and did all the work himself. The work must be about what he could explain to his grandma in less than five minutes. And its process must engage the three “H’s” of head, heart, and hand.
Crazy, genius, funny, and really, really good. Moreover, did selling art to the public look ever more simple? Great artists, even minimal in peak talent need little convincing. Now go out there creating art people..
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