Project 36 : do it (australia)


Project Overview
For Project 36, do it (australia) invited audiences to follow an artist’s instructions, enter their world and realise an artwork of their own in a time of global lockdown. Co-curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and John Kaldor, with Emily Sullivan (Curator) and Monique Leslie Watkins, this project was the latest incarnation of do it, the longest-running and most far-reaching artist-led project in the world. Initiated by Obrist in 1993, the project asked artists to create simple instructions that generate an artwork, whether an object, a performance, an intervention, or something else entirely. This project was presented in partnership with Serpentine Galleries (London), Independent Curators International and Google Arts & Culture and supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

do it (australia)
Hans Ulrich Obrist and John Kaldor with Emily Sullivan (Curator) and Monique Leslie Watkins

13 May 2020 - ongoing

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People and Organisations
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Emily Sullivan
John Kaldor
Monique Leslie Watkins
Education Themes
Australian artists, Conceptual art, Exhibitions, Instructions, Language and text, Participatory
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