Art Rules

The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, has launched a new online forum called Art Rules. Here’s how it works:

The website asks visitors to answer the question: “What is art?” Their answers appear on the website for other visitors to comment on, and conversations are started around the submitted ‘rules’. Visitors can ‘Agree’ or ‘Disagree’ with these rules – as well as share a rule using Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. The more people ‘Agree’ with a rule, the larger it will appear on the website, and vice versa. The website has been seeded with a number of rules written by leading artists, curators and critics. This is to serve as inspiration for visitors and enable the site to become a repository of outstanding thinking as well as a community of cultural commentators.”

Don’t like what you see? Write your own rule.


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