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Revolve:R, edition three
Intellect is proud to announce the publication of Revolve:R, edition three, curated and produced by Sam Treadaway.
Revolve:R is a unique multidisciplinary and international artistic collaboration, initiated in 2011 by Sam Treadaway and Ricarda Vidal, in which contemporary artists, poets and musicians, produce original artworks, poetry, film, soundscapes and music in response to a series of visual prompts.
For Revolve:R, edition three, an artwork image is sent to artists around the world (UK, USA, Africa and Continental Europe) with an invitation to respond and reply with a work of their own. After each artist has submitted a response, a second artwork image is produced and returned to all participating artists as a remix, edit and synthesis of the collected artwork material. This process is repeated six times, producing the six chapters (or Revolves) of this lavishly produced, limited-edition bookwork.
With a focus on experimentation, exchange and creative development the project models communications between international arts communities and transcends geographic and linguistic boundaries. The Revolve:R, edition three bookwork is a strong and beautiful example of the power of collaborative practice, a vehicle for new artistic dialogue, and an artwork in its own right.
Revolve:R, edition three (Arrow Bookworks and Intellect, December 2018) follows Revolve:R, edition one (Arrow Bookworks, 2013) and Revolve:R, edition two (Arrow Bookworks, 2015). All three Revolve:R editions also function as catalogues, whereby artworks are available to purchase as high quality limited edition prints.
Further information about the Revolve:R project, including how to purchase the editions and prints, can be found on www.revolve-r.com
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