Community Project—Carriers: The Body as a Site of Danger and Desire
This project was created by Spring 2021 Blaffer Art Museum Graduate Intern, Kaitlyn B. Jones.
You are invited to participate in a video submission community project in response to the Blaffer Art Museum’s exhibition, Carriers: The Body as a Site of Danger and Desire! At this intersection of anxiety, joy, desire, and resilience, Carriers simultaneously examines and celebrates the body as a site of comfort, hope, and danger. This community project is an opportunity to reflect on how the exhibition may have informed your response and understanding of the body. You may select from a list of prompts and record yourself speaking your answer out loud—download the full instructions to get started.
I feel safe when _______.
My body is a home for ______.
Home is ______.
I carry _______.
My Virtual Blaffer
You’re invited to digitally install artwork into Blaffer Art Museum’s galleries. Imagine and create an exhibition that crosses digital and physical boundaries. Use your preferred digital application or physical materials to place your work into the virtual gallery. Artists of any medium are welcome to take part.
To participate, download and open the zipped file containing three images of Blaffer Art Museum’s galleries. Use Photoshop or your preferred digital application to create your exhibition. Or, print the images and design your exhibition by drawing, collage, or any other media. Export a JPEG image, or scan your printed work back to digital form. Share your finished work on social media using the hashtag #MyVirtualBlaffer. Be sure to email your work to firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured.