ONLINE

Two Zero Two One &
new Day, New Month, New Year

24 December 2021 – 19 Januaryr 2022

irtual Exhibtion: Two Zero Two One and New Day, New Month, New Year is the first exhibition presented by Collaborative Art Space showcasing the works of 43 artists from all over the world created collaboratively during art projects, Two Zero Two One (33 artists from all over the world, above of age of 18 working in trios) and New, Day, New Month, New Year (10 young artists from India, aged 14 – 18 working in duos).

The exhibition was live on the website and on Kunstmatrix from 24 December 2021 to 19 January 2022.

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.