With some exaggeration, the Common Harvest project is “art as a branch of agriculture.” The gallery installation is but a fragment of the wide-ranging research and fieldwork by a group of engaged artists who have spent a long time working with the themes of agriculture, the globalized food market, cooperatives, access to land, and related areas. Their work involves the principle of participation and the organizing of social events that confront the spheres of culture and agriculture. The exhibition at the Tranzitdisplay Gallery presents standalone projections and installations based on earlier research, made using a diary approach that allows us to see the process behind their creation.

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