Construction in Process


Construction in Process

Construction in Process was a series of international exhibitions organized by artists in the 80s and 90s all around the world. The originator of this idea was Ryszard Wasko. Artists who were invited to participate in "Construction in Process" invite in turn, another group of participants, giving the project a dynamic, open character. Another original idea was to spur the artists to create their works on site.

Contents

Construction in Process I

Construction in Process, poster from the exhibition held in Lodz

The first CiP took place in 1981 in Lodz, Poland.

Participants

Process und Konstruktion - Construction in Process II

poster from the second edition

The seecond edition took place in Munich, Germany in 1985.

Participants

The International Artists' Museum

In 1989 The International Artists' Museum with an international artists' board and Emmett Williams as president has been established in Poland and other countries around the world.

Back in Lodz - Construction in Process III

The third edition was organized in 1990 in Lodz.

Participants

  • Marcela Anselmetti
  • Rolf Julius
  • Daniel Reynolds
  • Ilan Averbuch
  • Wolf Kahlen
  • Rafael Rheinsberg
  • Janusz Baldyga
  • Elzbieta Kalinowska
  • Jozef Robakowski
  • Reiner Barzen
  • Andromahi Kefalos
  • Ingrid Roscheck
  • Terry Berkowitz
  • Edmund Kieselbach
  • Nicolas Rowan
  • Tom Bills
  • Marek Kijewski
  • Karin Sander
  • Monika Brandmeier
  • Adam Klimczak
  • Anthony Sansotta
  • Jean Pierre Brigaudiot
  • Svetlana Kopystiansky
  • Igor Kopystiansky
  • Eva Maria Schon
  • Wojciech Bruszewski
  • Philip Smith
  • Hartmut Boehm
  • Anna Kutera
  • Mikolaj Smoczynski
  • Peter D'Adostino
  • Romuald Kutera
  • Eric Snell
  • Jacqueline Dauriac
  • Emma J. Lawton
  • Michael Snow
  • Barco Dimitrijevic
  • Edward Lazikowski
  • Pawel Sobczak
  • Peter Downsborough
  • Les Levine
  • Marek Sobczyk
  • Kristian Dubbick
  • Sol LeWitt
  • Ann Thulin
  • Bernd Eickhorst
  • Emilio Lopez-Menchero
  • Hanne Tierney
  • Wendy Elliott
  • Milovan Markovic
  • Sissel Tolaas
  • Lilli Engel
  • Jonas Mekas
  • Francesco Torres
  • Gene Flores
  • Rune Mields
  • Tout
  • Michael Galasso
  • Antoni Mikolajczyk
  • Endre Tot
  • Klaus Geldmacher
  • Teresa Murak
  • Dagmar Uhde
  • Jochen Gerz
  • Giovanni Nicolini
  • Micha Ullman
  • Leszek Golec
  • John Nixon
  • Ken Unsworth
  • Jerzy Grzegorski
  • Richard Nonas
  • Ian Wallace
  • Ryszard Grzyb
  • Ann Noel
  • Maria Wasko
  • Marcia Hafif
  • Dennis Oppenheim
  • Ryszard Wasko
  • Tadashi Hashimoto
  • Erick Oppenheim
  • Lawrence Weiner
  • Wolfgang Hainke
  • Paul Panhuysen
  • Emmet Williams
  • Marygold Hodkinson
  • Luigi Pasotelli
  • Xawery Wolski
  • Alexander Honory
  • Beverly Piersol
  • Brigida Wrobel-Kulik
  • Peter Hutchinson
  • Anna Plotnicka
  • Marthe Wery
  • Taka Iimura
  • David Rabinowitch
  • Sofia Zezmer
  • Jean Luc Jehan
  • Margaret Raspe

My Home is Your Home - Construction in Process IV

In 1993 the fourth edition took place in Lodz.

Participants

  • Hartmut Boehm
  • Markus Mussinghoff
  • Barbara Benish
  • Marcia Hafif
  • Judith Shea
  • Emilie Benes-Brzezinski
  • Sol LeWitt
  • Anthony Sansotta
  • Andrea Blum
  • David Nash
  • Rudiger Carl
  • Francesc Torres
  • Dieter Froese
  • Xang-Jie Chang
  • Ken Unsworth
  • Christopher Snee
  • Henning Christiansen
  • Ay-O
  • Wojciech Czajkowski
  • Tom Bills
  • Robin Hill
  • Bernhard Garbert
  • Peter Downsborough
  • James Welling
  • Jarg Geismar
  • Eve Laramee
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Rune Mields
  • Michael Witlatschil
  • Wenda Gu
  • Dennis Oppenheim
  • Erik Oppenheim
  • Jusuf Hadzifejzofic
  • Micha Ullman
  • Buky Schwartz
  • Zhu Jinshi
  • Lawrence Weiner
  • Sven-Ake Johansson
  • Paul Panhuysen
  • Joan Jonas
  • Ryszard Winiarski
  • Mimmo Catania
  • Laszlo Kerekes
  • Russel Lynch
  • Marianne Eigenheer
  • Vusisizwe Mchunu
  • Janusz Glowacki
  • Robert C. Morgan
  • Kenneth Goldsmith
  • Ann Noel
  • Amy Hauft
  • Richard Nonas
  • Sharon Horvath
  • NOTORIOUS GROUP
  • Nazzih Khire
  • Peter Akfen
  • Wlodzimierz Ksiazek
  • Jurgen Brockmann
  • Philis Levin
  • Carsten Dane
  • Marcia Lyons
  • Kay Kruger-Moths
  • Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison
  • Christoph Meier
  • Harry Miller
  • Matthew Partridge
  • Antonio Muntadas
  • Gunnar Schmidt
  • Benno Mutter
  • Tadeusz Piechura
  • Joshua Neustein
  • Yufen Qin
  • Mordechai Omer
  • Patricia Ruiz-Bayon
  • Yigal Ozeri
  • Karin Sander
  • Philip Rantzer
  • Roland Schefferski
  • Michal Rovner
  • Suzy Sureck
  • Glen Seator
  • Maciej Toporowicz
  • Stuart Sherman
  • Dagmar Uhde
  • Ronny Someck
  • Gregory Volk
  • David Wakstein
  • Ryszard Wasko
  • Allan Wexler
  • Emmet Williams
  • Jack Whitten
  • Lynne Yamamoto
  • Adem Yilmaz
  • Sofia Zezmer
  • Su Baker
  • Jian-Jun Zhang
  • Brad Buckley
  • Lillian Budd
  • Richard Dunn
  • Daniel Dutrieux
  • Yuiji Kitagawa
  • Tom Homburg
  • Seiji Shimoda
  • Harald Kubiczak
  • Nicholas Tsoutas
  • Richard Lerman
  • Jenny Watson
  • Christian Marclay
  • Harumi Yonekawa
  • Hendri van der Putten
  • Peter Vermeulen
  • Henk Visch
  • Iwan Bala
  • Kees Wevers
  • Helen Jones
  • Emma J. Lawton
  • Tracy Morris and Paul Brewer
  • Sam Auinger
  • Sean O'Reilly
  • Krzysztof Bednarski
  • Mark Palmer
  • Krzysztof Cichosz
  • Marta Deskur
  • Sibylle Hofter
  • Jean-Pierre Brigaudiot
  • Andrzej Janaszewski
  • Jean Clareboudt
  • Marek Janiak
  • Toni Grand
  • Ewa Kulasek
  • Jean-Luc Jehan
  • Tilman Kuentzel
  • Laurenee Laure and Jean-Christophe Royoux
  • LODZ FABRYCZNA GROUP
  • Jean-Charles Massera
  • Malgorzata Niedzielko
  • Cecile Le Talec
  • Joanna Przybyla
  • Robert Rumas
  • Driss Sans Arcidet
  • Igor Chatskin
  • Yuan Shun
  • Elena Elagina
  • Andrey Filippow
  • Igor Makarevich
  • Vera Pogodina
  • Konstantin Zvezdochatov

Co-existence - Construction in Process V

The desert Negev in Israel was the venue of the fifth CiP in 1995.

The Bridge - Construction in Process VI

In 1998 the sixth edition was organized in Melbourne, Australia.

Participants

  • Ay-0
  • Marcus Bergner
  • Wendy Berick
  • Lauren Berkowitz
  • Tom Bills
  • Hartmut Böhm
  • Montien Boonma
  • Małgorzata Borek
  • Joan Brassil
  • Tim Burns
  • Karen Casey with Tim Cole
  • Krzysztof Cichosz
  • Henning Christensen
  • Charlie Citron
  • David Cranswick
  • Maria Cruz
  • Nick Curmi
  • DAMP[disambiguation needed ]
  • Domenico de Clario
  • Agnes Denes
  • Cor Dera
  • Gu Dexin
  • Anita Dube
  • Avraham Eilat
  • Martina Galvin
  • Jårg Geismar
  • Guillermo Gonzalez
  • Ann Graham
  • Jerzy Grzegorski
  • Phillip Gudthaykudthay
  • Edgar Harris
  • Paweł Hartman
  • Romuald Hazoume
  • Binghui Huangfu
  • Andrzej Janczewski
  • Magdalena Jetelova
  • Wolf Kahlen
  • Oki Kano
  • Fassih Keiso
  • Dok Hi Kim
  • Adam Klimczak
  • Maureen Lander
  • Sol LeWitt
  • Mary Longman
  • Rita McBride
  • Alastair MacLennan
  • Anna MacLeod
  • Andrew Margululu
  • Dhuwarrwarr Marika
  • Tomasz Matuszak
  • Dominique Mazeaud
  • Peter Minygulu
  • Markus Mussinghof
  • Michael Nicholls
  • John Nixon
  • Ann Noël
  • Bjørn Nørgaard
  • Jittima Pholsawek
  • Grzegorz Pleszyński
  • Kerry Poliness
  • Kim Power
  • Josef Ramaseder
  • Alwin Reamillo
  • Józef Robakowski
  • Cameron Robbins
  • Lisa Roet
  • Sabine Russ
  • Mmakgabo Mmapula Sebidi
  • William Seeto
  • Josh Selman
  • Paco Simon
  • Tex Skuthorpe
  • Christopher Snee
  • Mariusz Sołtysik
  • Mark Stoner
  • Suzy Sureck
  • Jon Tarry
  • Neil Taylor[disambiguation needed ]
  • Martine Pascale Tayou
  • Ken Thaiday
  • David Hugh Thomas
  • Dagmar Uhde
  • Micha Ullman
  • M. S. Umesh
  • Albertina Viegas
  • Laura Vinci
  • Milos Vojtechovsky
  • Gregory Volk
  • Peter Walsh
  • Maria Wasko
  • Ryszard Wasko
  • Wastijn & Deschuymer
  • David Waters
  • Naup Waup
  • Lee Wen
  • Emmett Williams
  • Ah Xian
  • Djalinda Yunupingu

This earth is a flower - Construction in Process VII

In 2000 the last Construction in Process has been arranged in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Participants

  • Maria Thereza Alves
  • Katherine Armstrong
  • John Axon
  • Siarzuk Baberka
  • Janusz Baldyga
  • Barbara Benish
  • Maricn Berdyszak
  • Elena Beriollo
  • Mauro Bianchi
  • Tom Bills
  • Vladimir Biritski
  • Margret Blondal
  • Hartmut Böhm
  • Monika Brandmeier
  • Slawomir Brzoska
  • Steve Buchanan
  • Chandrasekaran S.
  • Yaacov Chefetz
  • Amarit Chusuwan
  • Andrzej Ciesielski
  • Mark Daniel Cohen
  • Sylvie Courvoisier
  • Witosław Czerwonka
  • Vlasta Delimar
  • Gunter Demnig
  • Agnes Denes
  • Tomasz Domański
  • Peter Downsbrough
  • Jacquie Dunn
  • Jimmie Durham
  • Barbara Edelstein
  • Avram Eilat
  • Tory Fair
  • Jens Fånge
  • Emilio Fantin
  • Fred Firth
  • Vadim Fishkin
  • Gideon Gechtman
  • John Gian
  • Aleksandra Gieraga
  • Matthew Gold
  • Michael Goldberg
  • Eugenia Gortchakova
  • Lorenna Grant
  • Izabella Gustowska
  • Anne Graham
  • Tadashi Hashimoto
  • Romuald Hazoume
  • Ulrike Hein
  • Joanna Hoffmann
  • Elżbieta Jabłońska
  • Randy Jewart
  • Joan Jonas
  • Liliana Kadichevski
  • Ahmad Kanaan
  • Oki Kano
  • Fassih Keiso
  • Sora Kim
  • Grzegorz Klaman
  • Piotr Kurka
  • Konrad Kuzyszyn
  • Aleh Ladislau
  • Algis Lankelis
  • Via Levandovsky
  • Vitaly Levchenya
  • Les Levine
  • Alicja Lewicka
  • Oleg Ladysow
  • Ivan Macha
  • Brian Maguire
  • Vlado Martek
  • Antoni Maznevski
  • Josiah McElheny
  • Shirley Meshulam
  • Robert C. Morgan
  • Ikue Mori
  • Florian Mutschler
  • Anna Myca
  • Warren Niesluchowski
  • Ann Noël
  • Richard Nonas
  • Jüri Ojaver
  • Dennis Oppenheim
  • Ben Patterson
  • Dorota Podlaska
  • Doron Polak
  • Grzegorz Pleszyński
  • Steven Rand
  • Dodi Reifneberg
  • Daniel Reynolds
  • Józef Robakowski
  • Paul Rodgers
  • Jon Rose
  • Andreas Roth
  • Sabine Russ
  • Zygmunt Rytka
  • Jack Sal
  • Karin Sander
  • William Seeto
  • Michal Sedaka
  • Christopher Snee
  • Paco Simon
  • Anatol Stepanenko
  • Jon Tarry
  • Pascale M. Tayou
  • Richard Thomas[disambiguation needed ]
  • Maciek Toporowicz
  • Yvonne Troxler
  • Dagmar Uhde
  • M.S. Umesh
  • Rebecca Quaytman
  • Cedomir Vasic
  • Albertina Viegas
  • Richard Vine
  • Gregory Volk
  • Sharif Waked
  • Regina Walter
  • Ryszard Wasko
  • Jürgen Weichardt
  • Lilly Wei
  • Kirsten Weiner
  • Lawrence Weiner
  • Emmett Williams
  • Jeanne Wilkinson
  • Mike Wodkowski
  • Gary Woodley
  • Lynn Yamamoto
  • Wojciech Zamiara
  • Jian-Jun Zhang

Further reading

  • History of The Artists’ Museum, edited by Muzeum Artystów - International Artists' Museum, Lodz 1998

External links


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • construction — con·struc·tion /kən strək shən/ n: the act or result of construing, interpreting, or explaining meaning or effect (as of a statute or contract) the construction placed upon an agreement J. D. Calamari and J. M. Perillo Merriam Webster’s… …   Law dictionary

  • Process design (chemical engineering) — Process design is the design of processes for desired physical and/or chemical transformation of materials. Process design is central to chemical engineering and it can be considered to be the summit of chemical engineering, bringing together all …   Wikipedia

  • Construction bidding — is the process of submitting a proposal (tender) to undertake, or manage the undertaking of a construction project. The process starts with a construction estimate from blueprints and take offs. The tender is treated as an offer to do the work… …   Wikipedia

  • Construction Field Computing — is the use of handheld devices that augment the construction superintendent s ability to manage the operations on a construction site. These information appliances (IA) must be portable devices which can be carried or worn by the user, and have… …   Wikipedia

  • Construction field computing — is the use of handheld devices that augment the construction superintendent s ability to manage the operations on a construction site. These information appliances (IA) must be portable devices which can be carried or worn by the user, and have… …   Wikipedia

  • Construction and Analysis of Distributed Processes — Developer(s) the INRIA VASY team Initial release 1986, 24–25 years ago Stable release …   Wikipedia

  • Process art — is an artistic movement as well as a creative sentiment and world view where the end product of art and craft , the , is not the principal focus. The process in process art refers to the process of the formation of art: the gathering, sorting,… …   Wikipedia

  • Construction collaboration technology — refers to software applications used to enable effective sharing of project related information between geographically dispersed members of a construction project team, often through use of a web based Software as a service platform. Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Process architecture — is the structural design of general process systems and applies to fields such as computers (software, hardware, networks, etc.), business processes (enterprise architecture, policy and procedures, logistics, project management, etc.), and any… …   Wikipedia

  • Construction worker — Carpenter at work in Tennessee, June 1942 Occupation Activity sectors Construction Description Competencies Manual dex …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.