Walker curator Pavel Pyś on Community, Collaboration, and Food
How do members of a community work best together? As we think of vital parts of our own community (a big shout-out to first responders, service workers, medical staff, and other heroes!), we share Side by Side: Collaborative Artistic Practices in the United States, 1960s–1980s, the newest addition to the Walker’s Living Collections Catalogue. Visual Arts curator Pavel Pyś introduces the volume, which “explores the work of artists whose practices were highly collaborative, interdisciplinary, and often aligned with concurrent social movements.” That sounds like just what we need now.