The Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University is
Pleased to Coordinate and Host the Exhibition
Creative Dishonesty: Cheat Codes
on display at 2024 W Main St, Bay C, Durham, NC from
December 3, 2011 to January 31, 2012.
with an opening reception on
December 16, 2011 6 – 10 PM
As a magnanimous gesture of support for artistic ingenuity and creative perspectives, twenty artists were invited to create innovative and engaging artwork in response to research on behavioral economics, dishonesty, and cheating after attending an interactive forum at the Center for Advanced Hindsight.
With no limitation to the style or media of pieces created for “Creative Dishonesty: Cheat Codes,” a portion of the artists, which included sculptors, painters, and photographers, branched out stylistically from their normal medium, while others pushed conceptual boundaries.
Albert Gilewicz, a sculptor, utilized “Ethos” bottled water as the foundation for a sculpture exploring the truth behind branding and corporate marketing, compelling the viewer to confront the reality of selling their morality for the sum total of $0.05 donated to the development of drinkable water sources in Africa.
Artist Kerry Cox created an interactive installation that questions the nature of imagery as “moral” or “immoral” through audience participation. In a similar vein, Bruce Mitchell and Adrian Schlesinger created projects inquire how to classify an image as “art” after mechanical tools are used to enlarge, project, draft, and print.
Meet these artists and many others at the opening reception on December 16th from 6-10 PM! Pick their brains about the relationship between creativity, honesty, cheating, and the “fudge factor”. Join us on Third Friday for delicious food, wine, thoughtful artwork, and lively conversation at the Center for Advanced Hindsight, 2024 W Main St, Bay C, Durham, NC.
An exhibit catalogue, including reflections by the artists alongside responses from the curator and the researchers at the Center for Advanced Hindsight, will be published and available for purchase.
For more information about the Creative Dishonesty project, contact curator Catherine Howard firstname.lastname@example.org.
Artists from around the world are invited to attend a discussion about behavioral economics, dishonesty and cheating at the Center for Advanced Hindsight on October 25 at 7:30 PM EST. (Artists who do not live within driving distance of Durham, NC can watch the forum streaming live online.)
Interested artists should RSVP to Catherine Howard (email@example.com) by October 24 by 9 PM for driving directions and/or the online streaming link.
After the forum, applications will be circulated to artists interested in creating artwork to depict their reflection on cheating and dishonesty. Applications will include a brief explanation of the artist’s creative process and 2-3 digital images of past work.
Please submit applications to Catherine Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 28.
Artists will be notified if they are selected to participate by October 29 and will receive a $100 stipend to complete their piece. There is no limitation to the style or media of pieces created for “Cheat Codes,” but all work must be completed by November 26.
Artwork created for “Cheat Codes” will be on display the Center for Advanced Hindsight from December 3, 2011 to January 31, 2012. An exhibit catalogue / book, including responses and reflections by the artists and the researchers at The Center For Advanced Hindsight, will be published. Each artist will receive a copy.
Artists will retain all rights to their piece. Works will be returned to artists after the exhibit by February 15, 2012. If the piece is purchased, the $100 stipend will be deducted from the purchase price.
Oct 25, 7:30 PM:Dishonesty forum at the Center for Advanced Hindsight
Oct 28, 9 PM: Deadline to apply for participation in “Dishonesty”
Oct 29, 9 PM: Selected artists will be notified
Nov 26, 9 PM: Drop-off deadline
Dec 16, 6 – 10 PM: Opening reception at the Center for Advanced Hindsight
For more information about the Creative Dishonesty project, contact curator Catherine Howard at email@example.com.