This paper introduces a number of contemporary collaborative painting and drawing projects by way of a 'sampler' approach which demonstrates the range of such work and the variety of processes by which it may be generated. Drawing on insights derived from Archer's own experience as a participant-observer of collaborative painting in projects such as 'Reciprocal Interference', 'Macao-Elsewhere' and 'Elsewhere-Home' as well as the insights of artists she has interviewed, the paper engages the following questions: Politically, emotionally, creatively what does it mean to evolve one's art practices around work with others and in processes which (with or without words) might be regarded as dialogic? Are finished collaborative paintings and drawings qualitatively different entities from individually-produced works, requiring different modes of apprehension and theorisation? [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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