With the cooperative backing of the UK's Tate Modern gallery, artists Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin have been able to do a crowdsourced art projects, taking the surrealist concept of "the exquisite corpse"--an evolving word tree exercise devised by early 20th century surrealists-and transmuting it into The Exquisite Forest, an animation-based collaboration that lives on the web. The exhibit, which kicks off July 23rd and should run for about six months,is yet another of Mountain View's Chrome Experiments and encourages any aspiring designer to log-in to the dedicated portal and contribute to existing trees or seed one of their own.
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