The work of the Collective Constitution can be explained as an experiment in “revolutionary power,” whose success is conditioned by the participation of a larger part of digital society in its production. Therefore, from its inception, it has been conceived as a collective of artists. Our work is founded on three organizing principles: Symbols of […]

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To make this exhibition and much of the artwork a reality, we need your support. On the night of Nov. 8th, 2016, like many of you, we were devastated by the presidential election results and what it meant for our country. So much so, that we were motivated to act through our art.  In the […]

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