In Public, In Particular (IPIP) aims to develop and promote participatory art methods and situation-specific art among European audiences.
Each partner has chosen a specific street in their city and will focus on the people, services, history and phenomena of those streets. Small enterprises, public offices, libraries and NGOs are invited to cooperative workshops in order to plan, implement and estimate situation specific artworks with the artists and art students. This way they provide special knowledge about the streets and contribute to the content of the artworks whilst they also learn about artistic processes and practices and the beneficial possibilities of art.
During IPIP the participating artists and art students are provided with multiprofessional workshop periods. Special attention is given to apply inspiring digital marketing methods to promote situation specific art and participatory art for general public and international audiences. Audiences outside the project areas are invited and encouraged to participate in the project activities through social media.
TUAS (Finland): Eero Merimaa, Susana Nevado, Sari Torvinen
GRF (Croatia): Diana Milcic, Jesenka Pibernik
NCAD (Ireland): Cliona Harmey, Leah Hilliard, Mick O’Kelly, Philip Napier
AP (Belgium): Kris van’t Hof, Kai Losgott, Wouter Bolangier
In Public, In Particular (IPIP) is a European project via Creative Europe; a collaboration between Turku University of Applied Sciences Finland, National College of Art and Design Dublin, Sveuciliste u Zagrebu Graficki fakultet and Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.