#CASPostItExchange was a 2017 Research and Development project, you are welcome to use the the hashtag to continue an exchange or start a new one. Artists are invited to respond to a material prompt sent in an envelope via snail mail. Working in pairs, artists collaboratively produce an online record of interactions, entanglements and responses as a result of the first object or material they send (and receive).
#CASPostItExchange uses digital/postal methods to explore the language; nature and elasticity of “collaborative practice” between artists. This practice-based investigation has helped artists explore notions of entanglement contained in Karen Barad’s book “Meeting the Universe Halfway” (Duke University Press. 2007) in which “the author argues that the world is made of entanglements of “social” and “natural” agencies, where the distinction between the two emerges out of specific intra-actions, entanglements and co workings.”
#CasPostItExchange encourages peer exchange, and invites unexpected outcomes, entanglements and intra-actions between artist and an object or material.