Participatory art, art which offers audiences the chance to contribute to the piece, is currently flourishing. This summer Tate Modern has teamed up with web gurus Google and are encouraging people to contribute to their project ‘The Exquisite Forest’. Hoping to create some artistic magic, which will be shown online and on Level 3 of Tate Modern from July 23, ‘The Exquisite Forest’ will comprise of ‘seeds’ of short animation that ‘grow’ with audience’s contributions. The brainchild of Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin, the Forest aims to bring together artists, gallery-goers plus the online community through the means of collaborative art. We hope you’re feeling creative… Natalie Gil
For info, see exquisiteforest.com.