In 2002, before the rise of the blogosphere and Web 2.0 platforms, Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July launched a collaborative online project that invited people all over the world to respond to creative assignments. Participants followed the artists’ simple instructions and submitted documentation, or "reports," on their interpretations of each activity to be posted on the website. Examples of assignments include: "Make an audio recording of a choir," "Make a protest sign and protest," and "Take a picture of strangers holding hands." While the project concluded in 2009, the website continues to exist online as an archive.

Artwork Info

Artwork title
Learning to Love You More
Artist names
Harrell Fletcher and Miranda JulyHarrell FletcherMiranda JulyYuri Ono
Date created
2002-2009
Classification
digital media
Medium
web project (www.learningtoloveyoumore.com) and archive
URL
https://www.learningtoloveyoumore.com
Dimensions
dimensions variable
Date Acquired
2010
Credit
Collection SFMOMA
Accessions Committee Fund purchase
Copyright
© Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July
Permanent URL
https://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/2010.45.A-EEEEEEEE
Artwork Status
Not on view at this time.

Artists Harrell Fletcher and Miranda July discuss the types of assignments they created for participants in their collaborative online project, “Learning to Love You More.” http://www.learningtoloveyoumore.com

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