Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Dis..continued

70+ artists and counting! Here are some of the newest additions to the Disintegration Collaboration. Check back here in the coming days to see more bundles from participating artists. And keep checking the participants blogs as some artists are already showing new photos of their disintegrating bundles.

For those participating: if you have not received an email from me in the last 2 days, it means I do not have your email address. Please email me so I can send you some information. Also, if you are participating and do not see your blog in the list of participants on my sidebar, please let me know by email as well. Thanks!!


Don from Fully Flumoxed













Judith from J...de Santa Fe












Lyle from Just a Note










Nikki from Sun Soul Art Thoughts whose link did not work on my last post





Mary from Morning Sun Studio











Annie from Ink Haven













Whitney-Anne from What Whitney Made Next







Kristen from Kristen's Journey













Nelda from Nelda Ream










Dorie from Fiber Fusing









Catherine with pictures posted on her Flickr site









Hermine from Hermine's Place

17 comments:

Karen Cole said...

aaaaaaaaahhhhhh.....

I had better get my act together.

Perhaps I can use my own body. It appears to be disintegrating. Does that count?

jennifer lorton said...

I'm in! What a great idea. I've posted a picture on my blog http://blog.jenniferlorton.com . I'm exposing one of my blah paintings to the elements. It's partially submerged in soil. I can't wait to see what happens. Thanks for the inspirational idea.
Jennifer

femminismo said...

Had to enlarge each one just to revel in the *disintegration*. What a concept art project you came up with. Mine is doing well. It's been pouring down rain and might even *show*. Jeanne in Oregon

3rdEyeMuse said...

WOW!

Jo Wholohan said...

just posted my first photo for this seth, thanks for the cool inspiration xx
http://woodlandswhimsy.blogspot.com/2009/02/disintegration.html

Karin said...

Another fantastic collection of unique approaches to your challenge!! You could make a great photo book of these :)

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Seth this is absolutely mind blowing to witness...I am taking mine to the studio tomorrow to share and then photographing it to send to you. This has been a delightful exercise...I am not very punctual but I am working. Imagine and live in Peace, Mary Helen
Who would have believed I was voted "most dependable" my senior year in high school.

Gillian McMurray said...

Some great ideas and imaginative bundling. The elemnets have certainly got their work cut out disintigrating all these pieces.

ooglebloops said...

So interesting to see everyone's interpretation!! I will take pix of mine today!!!

Jill Zaheer said...

I've never seen such unsolicited interest in something with a goal of "disintegration". Only you could pull this off Seth. Great post and what a talented cast of creative artists inspired by this project- a super global collaboration of disintegration. The bundles you continue to showcase are so varied, out of the box, involving every kind of material and arrangement imaginable- just amazing. If I had thought of it, I would have put everything I would want to get rid of in my bundle. But then as I think about it, it's not really the tearing down, but the transformation. So interesting to read about everyone's personal goals of what they hope to see happen to the materials. Then May 1, we can all unveil what's been rescued, what nature and time have done, and what new things may have been born! Thanks for the continued work you've done to pull this all together for everyone, bringing so many people together - an extraordinary evolution of your project!
Jill

Chris said...

Is this amazing? Look at what people are doing. You hath wrought greatness, Seth!

If I hadn't joined yet, Karen, I would bundle up papers and attach them to my neck. That way they'd be through everything! showering, cracker crumbs, dog licks, hickies, sleeping, trying to work necklace closures, did I mention hickies?

you probably shouldn't approve this comment, Seth. it's the only way I'm going to learn.

Chris said...

wait a minute...

do I see a rye krisp?

Stephanie said...

you are so very good with words....titles...loving Dis..continued

Cynjon said...

Fun to see the variety!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

This all came about I believe just as I was getting ready to go away....I do not think I can wait a minute longer Seth....it is just SO cool. I must put something together and play along. Such a brilliant concept!

Trudi said...

Dis---continued...LOL - good one.

OK - now I'm psyched by how much time people spent creating their bundles....gee whiz...I thought the weather was to make art out of my hastily wrapped bundle!

FUN FUN FUN! Great selection!

Gwen Buchanan said...

This is the coolest idea of watch evolve ...