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Collaborative Art Space: New Day, New Month, New Year virtual exhibition is live till 14 January 2022.

Collaborative Art Space: New Day, New Month, New Year is an interschool Techspressionistic (digital) art collaboration wherein two artists between grades 9 to 12, from different schools worked together to create two artworks on the theme of “Happy Moments in Time, 2020 – 2021”. 

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Exhibition Catalogue

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Collaborative Art Space: New Day, New Month, New Year Exhibition Catalogue

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Background

Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. For the last two years, as we confided ourselves in our homes, the ability of digital objects to cross the bounds of space and reach the other side of the world almost free of cost has become a tether to keep us sane. Digital art as an extension emerged as a champion with no size limits, ability to experiment without added costs and ease of use. Thus, Collaborative Art Space: New Day, New Month, New Year focuses on pushing digital art to the forefront to foster creativity, collaboration and artistic development.

Specifically, we use the term Techspressionistic art to describe digital art leaning into the idea of using technology as a means to express emotional experience.

Techspressionism, coined in 2011 by artist Colin Goldberg to describe his “intersection of technology and abstraction.”, is introduced as a new art-historical term to describe fine artists using digital technology to convey subjective, emotional content

Participation in future events

If you are a school (or an affiliated teacher) who would like to participate in similar art projects in future, mail to us at collaborativeartspace@gmail.com.

If you are a student who stumbled across the page and is interested in participating in similar art projects in future, forward this website to your school and ask them to get in contact with us.