Why is the collective practice, which prevails in other areas like theatre, cinema or music, becoming increasingly important? What can a collective achieve? What are the motivations and intentions of collective thinking and seeing, working and acting? How different are the aesthetics that are developed collectively to those of an individual artist?
THE COLLECTIVE EYE IS AN ONGOING PROJECT WITH EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, TALKS AND SYMPOSIUMS.
About The Collective Eye – Project
I t was presumably the idea of the “collective”, which brought us together and which connected us with each other. In december 2011 it was Dr. Elisabeth Lattaro from the Goethe Institut Uruguay who invited us and also supported our project. We wanted to know more about the difference between a collective and the practice of an individual. Furthermore we wanted to understand and to learn about the special and particular conditions of collectives and also, how other collectives came together as a group. What were their motives and reasons for it? What motivates the individual to join forces with and inside of a group? How are collective designs produced? What role does the subjectivity of the individual play in the process, and to what extent does a collective depend on a form of intersubjectivity or group subjectivity?
How can this be described? Are there societal, social or cultural conditions which favour collective practice or produce a balance? In what way do collective strategies distinguish themselves? In short, the instant of diversity and with it the varied forms of expression and approaches of collectives.
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Sebastian Alonso, Martin Craciun, Dominique Lucien Garaudel, Heinz-Norbert Jocks
The Collective Eye team Montevideo:
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Dominique Lucien Garaudel, Sebastián Alonso, Martin Craciun
The Collective Eye team Beijing:
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Dominique Lucien Garaudel, Luis Nuo, Zandie Brockett
Thomas Spallek, Dominique Lucien Garaudel
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Vertreten durch: Dominique Garaudel, Heinz-Norbert Jocks
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