Conceptualizing & planning this phase of the initiative; Curating examples of plausible artworlds; Inviting & scheduling contributors; Running & recording live events with con- tributors; Presenting the project at conferences, summits, camps, lectures & classes around the world; Transcribing & cleaning up hundreds of audio hours; Writing intro- ductions, announcements, essays & FAQs; Compiling the online archive; Editing, laying out & designing the publication; Realized so far, in full or in part, sometimes more and sometimes less collectively, by Basekamp group & friends, including:
Aharon Amir, Liz Arnold, Michael Bauer, Henken Bean, Salem Collo-Julin, Tom DiNardo, Jaime Iglehart, Scott Rigby, Greg Scranton, Jonathan Simpson, Matthew Slaats, Adam Trowbridge, Jessica Westbrook, Stephen Wright.
ISBN 978-1-300-72426-1 2013
This Plausible Artworlds publication is distributed under CC-A-NC-SA
This project and publication was made possible by the generous support of the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Also thanks to Creative Time for making Plausible Artworlds such a large part of their second Summit: Revolutions in Public Practice in New York in 2010. And to Steirischer Herbst for giving us the floor at Truth is Concrete in Graz in Fall 2012, setting the stage for new collaborations and yet more plausible artworlds to come!