Art Barter: Building A Platform Of Exchange Between Artists And The Public

Art Barter: Building A Platform Of Exchange Between Artists And The Public
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Through anonymous exchange, an intimate relationship becomes built between stranger and artist.

Kat Popiel
  • 9 december 2010

With the advent of exchange culture on the rise since the recession, PSFK has reported on freecycle entities where people have swapped skills, unwanted clothes and even flats, reverting to yesteryear when currency was measured on good will. 

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