Update for 2013: we’re moving on, sort of. This year, we will post one somewhat higher-commitment project on the final Monday of each month. These projects will still be experimental, but bigger, more fully realized, or possibly part of a larger body of work.
One project each and every Monday morning of 2012. Alternating brittany-tae-brittany-tae.
During art school, our studios were connected by an open doorway. We started as strangers, but for the first (and only) assignment of the two-year program, our instructor paired us together. So began a back-and-forth of materials, ideas, and foods.
Since school, we’ve both returned to our home states. Hawaii and Oregon aren’t exactly connected by a teletransporter, so it is hard to keep up the co-generation of ideas. That’s where Low-Commitment Projects comes in.
Low-Commitment Projects provides us a chance to share concepts and schemes without a huge outlay of time, energy, or money. These ventures are like the materialization of mental sketches; there’s minimal risk because they’re quick.
tae kitakata and brittany powell