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Posted by: D'CLINIC | Posted on: October 6th, 2015 | 0 Comments

KÉP KLUB : Amy Ritter, Kieran Butler & (Rob Burton)
MiXER collaboration project : SEPTEMBER 2015

KÉP KLUB is an international group of uniformed ‘art workers’ who who first formed in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. The three artists: Amy Ritter (US), Kieran Butler (AU), and Rob Burton (UK), use expanded drawing, photographic and installation practices to create site responsive, often public, artworks in the context(s) they find themselves in. Adopting a methodology of collecting images and stories KÉP KLUB works to question the role of the contemporary artist, their context and the relationship between artist and audience. Who is the ‘art worker’, what value does a community assign them, and how can they collaborate (or work together).

KÉP KLUB invited the people of Zalaegerszeg to donate a space or object of their choosing. Surfaces included, but were not limited to, walls, garage doors, fences or objects such as a bicycle or an item of clothing. After a site visit and interview the artists design colors and imagery specific to the individual or family in their own artistic style. In this way KÉP KLUB becomes not only a collaboration between the three artists, but also a collaboration with the local community. In an attempt to understand this unknown environment, the artists create a new connection with the places and people they meet.

http://kepklub.tumblr.com/


+ view their artists’ book

+ After all the work stress and drama was over, we caught Amy and Kieran for a Sunday ‘langos’ to ask them about their collaboration experience. This is was they revealed about the MiXER task of working as a taem.

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