VAS ARCHIVE presents: Connected and Consequential > generating new art ecologies

Connected and Consequential > generating new art ecologies features work by: Julia Handschuh, Seth Gregory, Maggie Nowinksi, Carson Poe, Perry Huntoon, Sita Magnuson, Burns Maxey, Nancy Winship Millekin, Carolyn Clayton, Henry White, Linda Bond, Harriet Diamond, Krista DeNio, Haley Morgan & Phyllis Labanowski.


Artists working at the intersections of art and life,
Artists addressing real-world issues: what we eat, how we live, what we buy, how
we govern, and our care for each other and the environment.
Working in the gaps between definitions and disciplines,
Using collaboration, research, technology, performance methods, spatial
understanding, creative community engagement, process, improvisation, and
action—
What are the possibilities?
Artists: connected and consequential.

Artists in Context is a flexible organizational framework designed to assemble artists and other creative thinkers to conceptualize new ways of representing and acting on the critical issues of our time.

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