The ART-MUTATION campaign was initiated by the artist anna.laclaque. It is meant to bring a global artist community together, during the isolation time, resulting from the spread of Covid-19, and beyond. The campaign is intended to connect artists from all over the world communicating through their artwork.
anna.laclaque started the campaign by creating a painting. Then she sent photos of her artwork to some other artists. Each recipient creates a variation of this original motif like a mutation of the virus. They again send photos of their artwork to further artists in order to create a chain of mutations. This procedure will be reiterated as long as the virus exists.
All photos of these artworks are visualized at the art-mutation.online website, collected by anna.laclaque, to build a global artist network. So all participating artists receive public attention and everyone can watch the mutations evolve.
The campaign, ART-MUTATION, is to show the world that art can spread, similar to the virus.
Copyright of ART-MUTATION by anna.laclaque www.laclaque.org
Daniel Acosta, Buenos Aires/Argentina – Andrea Aguía, Bogotá/Colombia – Angel Alado, Oaxaca/México – Francesco Aprile, Lecce/Italy – James Robert Batten, Tokyo/Japan – Nenad Bogdanovic, Odzaci/Serbia -Chris Bowman, Sydney/Australia -Lara Ilaria Braconi, Milano/Italy – Frank Bready Trejo, Venezuela/Argentina – Adeline Breton, Le Kremlin-Bicêtre/France – Andrés Camilo Bueno, Bogotá/Colombia – Valentina Carlone, Barcelona/Spain – Angelina Chung, Belfast City/Ireland – Beau Coleman, Canada / Unitied Kingdom – Ford Crull, New York/ USA – Eva Dabara, Tel-Aviv/Israel – Deepak Dhiman, Panchkula/India – Ella Dreyfus, Sydney/Australia – Christian Duc, Paris/France – Marcos García Pérez, Berlin/Germany – Arnab Ghosal, Santiniketan/India – Christel Claudius, Paris/France – Dagmar Glausnitzer-Smith, Braunschweig/Germany – Fausto Grossi, Bilbao/Spain – Szilvia Gyorgy, Sydney/Australia – sandra heinz, Mainz/Germany – Siri Iversen-Ejve, Fårösund, Gotland/Sweden – Jolanda Jansen, The Hague/The Netherlands – Birgit Jensen, Düsseldorf/Germany – Janine Kortz-Waintrop, Cachan/France – Alex Labejof, Castera-Verduzan/France – anna.laclaque, Braunschweig/Germany – Anup Let, Visva Bharati/India – Christophe Loyer, Montreuil/France – Zara Lyness, Co.Down/Northern Ireland – Babette Martini, Dortmund/Germany – Alice Máselníková, Stockhom/Sweden – Elaine Mcginn, Belfast/Northern Ireland – John McCarron, Buncrana Co.Donegal/Ireland – Melina Peña, Barcelona/Spain – Marisa Nuñez Caminos, Entre Rios/Argentina – Beatrix Pohle-Stiehl, Darmstadt/Germany – Margot Preteceille, Paris/France – Antonio Puri, Bogotà/Colombia – Nia Pushkarova, Sofia/Bulgaria – Ali Rashid, Holland/Netherlands – Pontus Raud, Stockholm/Sweden – Andreas Ribbung, Stockhom/Sweden – Ender Rodríguez, Ciudad San Cristóbal/Venezuela – Marta Sala, Berlin/Germany – Carla Schliephack, Berlin/Germany – Mone Schliephack, Duesseldorf/Germany – Vasan Sitthiket, Bankok/Thailand – Ana Sladetic, Samobor/Croatia – Satadru Sovan Banduri, Delhi/India – David Thompson, London/UK – Manami Uetake, Tokyo/Japan – Johan Wahlstrom, Jersey City/USA – Etsuko Watanabe, Tokyo/Japan – Ruth Vigueras Bravo, Ciudad de México – Maryanne Wick, Sydney/Australia – Nanette Zimmermann, Müllheim/Germany