Scribble it down

Between worlds- solo exhibition

05 March 2013

Between Worlds exhibition is part of the Scribble it Down experimental art project. Scribble it Down is an international collaborative digital media project. The project provides a methodology by which artists hand over their creations to each other in a sequential manner as part of the collaborative process, each artist adding his own touch and meaning to the ongoing work.

The project allows for dialogue and connection between people even though the artists come from backgrounds, countries and cultures.

The goal of the project is to provide a platform for connecting human experiences and enable a better understanding of each other, thereby enhancing the ability of different people and cultures to identify and relate with each other.

This is the 6th Scribble it Down event since its inception in 2012.  

For this year’s event, the various artists were asked to focus specifically on creating bridges between themselves and try to better establish a relationship and connection with one other.

The exhibition “Between the Worlds” presents a path where both the inner and outer worlds collide with each other. This leads to a spiritual form of creating as well as a method of observing it. 

The resulting artworks present a multitude of realities and the structures of connecting and creating bonds between the artists through visual communication.

This exhibition exists in the space between worlds: cultural, geographical, fantastical as well as spiritual. It allows the viewer to experience both the inner world of the “self” as well as provide a deep and multi-layered experience in its interaction with the concept of universality, the collective mindset.

This year, both the project and the participating artists wanted the proceeds from the exhibition to be donated to a good cause. We are delighted to announce that all proceeds from the exhibition sales will be forwarded to UNICEF for funding art equipment, lessons as well as art therapy in UNICEF’s schools and esteblishments.


Photoes by Demitry Mischin and Hanan Grinberg photography