100 ways for 100 days.
100 ways for 100 days is essentially a rulebook. 100 artists will each submit 1 rule for a curator to use in his/her practice.Each artist will have a page in the book and they can submit there ONE rule as they see fit. It can take any form, text, diagram, artwork, but it must fit onto one page. These submitted rules must be followed for 100 days of curatorial practice. The rulebook will be published and available for other curators to use if they see fit. It is meant to free up the creative processes of curating and and allow the discussions for artists and curators to be more open and direct.
‘100 Days’ part of the title references Joseph Beuys’ 100 Days for Documenta V where, he participated in the fair where for one hundred days he engaged in artistic/political discussions.