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Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art Exhibition

Client and Venue:

Born, Center on Contemporary Art

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Born’s exhibition “Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art” (Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle) was curated and organized by Gabe Kean and Jacob McMurray, with the help of Steve Hawley, Larry Reid and many others.

The exhbition focused on the collaborative process and the combination of over 40 contributors, resulting in eight commissioned installation pieces, and three media kiosk stations.

Artist groups were challenged to work together on pieces that elicit audience participation. Each and every collaborative piece takes a unique approach to its storytelling strategy.

Help Wanted was complemented by a series of artist talks and panel discussions examining the collaborative approach to the work.

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Help Wanted

Project Accolades:

Seattle Times / Post-Intelligencer “Artists + Techies = Collaboration”, 2005
Participate, Designing with User Generated Content,
 book feature, 2011
The Stranger Stranger Suggests, 2005

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Curator: Gabe Kean
Curator: Jacob McMurray
Producer: Steve Hawley
Marketing: Larry Reid
Coordinator: Celeste Kean

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Curator: Gabe Kean
Curator: Jacob McMurray
Producer: Steve Hawley
Marketing: Larry Reid
Coordinator: Celeste Kean

Born’s exhibition “Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art” (Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle) was curated and organized by Gabe Kean and Jacob McMurray, with the help of Steve Hawley, Larry Reid and many others.

The exhbition focused on the collaborative process and the combination of over 40 contributors, resulting in eight commissioned installation pieces, and three media kiosk stations.

Artist groups were challenged to work together on pieces that elicit audience participation. Each and every collaborative piece takes a unique approach to its storytelling strategy.

Help Wanted was complemented by a series of artist talks and panel discussions examining the collaborative approach to the work.

Visit Website:

Help Wanted

Project Accolades:

Seattle Times / Post-Intelligencer “Artists + Techies = Collaboration”, 2005
Participate, Designing with User Generated Content,
 book feature, 2011
The Stranger Stranger Suggests, 2005