Collaborator's Guide is a collective of interdisciplinary artists,
designers, illustrators, writers, stylists, thinkers, technologists,
friends, and patrons brought together to create socially engaging
and participatory situations that highlight curiosity in the spaces and
contexts we are currently in. Our size and compositions is flexible,
our medium is varied, and our location is everywhere.
We crave experiences today. We long for tactile and visceral
Interaction with people and objects. In a world of homogenization
and engineered everything, we seek the unique, the eccentric,
the handmade, the local, the unexpected and the not-quite-ready.
We have developed different ways to devise and promote projects
incorporating research, performance, objects, creation and
contextual situations into live events that activate local areas in a
variety of social frameworks. The outcomes vary responding to
the context–which is key to our work. Through these events we
become enablers and facilitators of interaction that stimulates
alternative debate, discussion and speculations.
Through our work we provoke curiosity and we encourage people
to look differently at the everyday. Whether the project takes form
as a performance, a focused activity or experiment, an act of
sharing or making, we challenge and encourage participation in
our spatial practices.
site-specific installations in Tokyo and London, this fall.
View a slideshow of some of our past works
Featured Project :
in Cape Town, South Africa on Feb. 22-25th, 2007.
List of Sponsors :
and a special thank you to anonymous donations.