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Re: [BKARTS] collaboration



Well, I think a bit more is involved.. as people need
seperate areas of responsibility.. and a common view.
For me.. collaboration can be difficult as I have my
own perspective..
--- Carolyn Fraser <idlewildpress@EARTHLINK.NET>
wrote:
> A throwback to an old thread:
>
> I was very interested to read people's experiences
> and thoughts about
> artistic collaborations. I'm immersed in one just
> now, for an edition to be
> completed sometime late this year, early next. One
> thought that has
> occurred to me is that a collaboration will work if
> both parties share the
> exact same level of attention to detail, pickiness
> etc. It doesn't matter
> what that level is, as long as you both share it.
>
> The book I'm working on just now with printmaker
> Holly Morrison includes
> fourteen photogravures, and we've struggled making
> the plates this summer.
> The main problem has been humidity, so we're hoping
> things will get a
> little easier as the weather cools.
>
> Our travails have inspired an idea for an episode of
> Ira Glass' "This
> American Life" - Things No-one Does Anymore and the
> Reasons Why. I'm sure
> others have their own contenders for this catagory
> of endeavour.
>
> best wishes,
>
> Carolyn.
>
>
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