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Lesson Plans


art collaboration

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Mon, 9 Aug 1999 09:13:30 -0400


Robert Wilson and John Cage --their last collaboration was a musical vocal
concert
with a 3D video (small videos, with small music pieces).

All theater is collaboration of set designers, lighting designers, costume
designers, actors, electricians, directors, choreographers, etc. (How about
the
Broadway version of LION KING?)

Gilbert and George (two UK artists--) They do performance art as well as
large
scale paintings (but beware some of their work isn't
This is a compilation of art collaboration as I had it. I'm sure it's
incomplete if anyone wants to go back and add in what's been missed and
re-send it. I will finish the Getty members web site list later. I've
received a few after the first list was posted and decided to wait to give
those working on theirs time to finish. Linda K.

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, their "Shuttlecocks" at the
Nelson-Atkins here in
Kansas City are a great resource. Woody in KC

appropriate for the little
ones--although I loved their last collaboration called P*ss and Sh*t...my
Highschool students thought I had lost my mind).

How about Judy Chicago's Dinner Party? That large scale piece relied on
potters,
weavers, fabric artists etc to do.

Tim Rollins and KOS
The Border Art Workshop
The Guerrila Girls
The Art Guys
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Komar and Melamid