The most intriguing collaborations grow naturally out of obscure details revealed in the working process and in the evolving relationship between two artists or among a group of creative minds. There is nothing more intoxicating for artists and curators than to detect these cooperations and watch it bending into exhibitions. As forming partnership they are able to establish a business organization in which two or more individuals manage and operate the business. Both owners are equally and personally liable for the debts from the business. Such things make it possible to observe and highlight parallels and human relations in the artwork, creating conjunction of ideas, materials, and conceptual formulations. It is a compelling possibility to exchange dialogues between artists with the related contents overlapping their art. It provides endless possibilities for the artists to create ways that both can reveal and conceal surfaces. Materials are not simply the medium, but to enhance a profound meaning in artwork. The materials chosen by the artists, such as wood, wire, cloth, rubber, paper, paint and wax indicate their flexible qualities of media. Form, structure and surface of their creations reflect both the individuality of each artists and the commonalities.
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