Collaborative Art with Amy Franceschini | KQED Arts

  • Published on Dec 6, 2014
  • Amy Franceschini is a San Francisco based artist whose practice spans drawing, sculpture, design, net art, public art, and gardening. She is concerned with notions of community, sustainable environment, and the relations between humans and nature.
    We hang out with Franceschini in her Mission District studio that also serves as the headquarters for Futurefarmers, an international collective of artists, bakers, architects and other builders. Listen in as she talks about working collaboratively and making work that encourages dialogue and exchange.
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Comments • 1

  • Mel Beltrán
    Mel Beltrán 2 years ago

    "when i work alone i'm like 'that's not good enough' and i never can finish something, or i never feel like i'm proud of something" this is where i am right now, and feel this heavily. good to know it's not weird for me to feel this way, gonna try to more actively seek out collaborations.