Comma serves as a portal through which to consider current ideas and rethink the familiar. It manifests as an annual publication of objects and words, gallery and museum exhibitions, and pop-up shows. Born as an outgrowth of Judy Rushin’s project ViV — where she asserts art as something vital and mobile - Comma uses a variety of environments from mailboxes to museums as platforms for contemporary art.
Each publication brings a group of artists together to contribute to a limited edition boxed set. We meet for a week-long Comma collaboration at FSU's Facility for Arts Research to make a plan that the Comma team can produce in multiples.
Our call: to inspire you to ask questions that ignite discussion, create stimulating debates, and help excite the art community where you live.
By purchasing a Comma box or making a tax deductible gift you allow us to create the next edition or mount the next exhibition. Thank you in advance for your support!