Caroline Kelley’s ‘Window View’ Ile de Vassivière – France. In Westminster Arts Library. #ateviews.
Creating a vast global network of connected topographies and reaching to the worlds most isolated places, the Arts Territory Exchange facilitates collaboration between artists in remote and wilderness locations such as, islands, deserts, refugee camps, small communities or for those that feel themselves to be ‘remote’ in other ways, cut of from the networks which usually sustain a practice. Artists are invited to exchange materials exploring ideas of territory, locality and place, documents from their postal/digital exchanges become part of an interactive living archive and evolving resource to be consumable by a global audience. ATE also hosts events, bringing together exchange participants and helping them to realise their collaborations in the form of exhibitions, lectures, publications and ‘face to face’ residencies.