Collaborative Art Space presents the joint virtual exhibition of our collaborative art projects, Two Zero Two One and New Day, New Month, New Year. The exhibition opened on 24th December, 6PM IST and will continue till 14th January 2022.

Two Zero Two One, collaboratively curated by artist Kirti Chandak & Malavika Mandal Andrew is an international collaborative art project wherein selected artists over 18 years of age will work in trios, collaborating to create three original artworks, along with each also producing an individual piece all on the theme of “Experiences in Lockdown”, exploring and expanding on the artist’s experiences in the worldwide lockdown that we have found ourselves in since early 2020.

New Day, New Month, New Year, curated by Malavika Mandal Andrew is an interschool Techspressionist (digital) art collaboration wherein two artists between grades 9 to 12, from different schools work together to create two artworks on the theme of “Happy Moments in Time, 2020 – 2021”.

2021 Exhibiton Announcement
NDNMNY Exhibiton Announcement

To celebrate the opening of the online exhibition, Collaborative Art Space held an exhibition walk through on 24th December 2021, 6:00PM IST. The walkthrough featured a talk on Techpressionism by Colin Goldberg.


About Colin Goldberg

Colin Goldberg is a Bronx-born artist whose work explores the relationship between technology and personal expression. He was born in the Bronx, NY to parents of Japanese and Jewish ancestry. The artist is a recipient of grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts. Goldberg coined the term “Techspressionism” as the title for a solo exhibition in Southampton NY in 2011. It was first described as a movement in the 2014 WIRED article “If Picasso had a Macbook Pro” and later elaborated upon in a 2015 interview on the PBS show Art Loft. In 2020, Goldberg began development of Techspressionism as a collaborative social sculpture with curator and critic Helen Harrison and artists Patrick Lichty, Steve Miller, and Oz Van Rosen.

Two Zero Two One: International Collaborative Art Space Exhibition in Pondicherry

On 5th December 2021, the in person exhibition for Two Zero Two One was inaugurated at TASMAI, Pondicherry with Lisa Talbot Barre, Consul general of France in Pondicherry & Chennai as the guest of honour. The exhibition ran up to 19th December 2021.

Collaborative Art Space aims to use collaboration as a tool to foster artistic growth and creativity, and connecting artists from across the globe by organizing international collaborative art projects. Born in the pandemic out of the sheer physical frustration of the physical distance of the lockdown, Collaborative Art Space is attempting to bridge the gaps created in our communication via art.

Current active initiatives under the space include Two Zero Two One, an international collaborative art project for artists over 18 and New Day, New Month, New Year, an interschool Techspressionistic (digital) art collaboration for artists from grades 9 to 12.