Spring 2020

Starting on May 7 2020, Collective Task is doing a special edition one-month response. Our prompt is: 

Spring 2020


RESPONSES


Erica Baum

spring 2020, Erica Baum

Riccardo Boglione

spring 2020, Riccardo Boglione

Brandon Brown

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Alejandro Crawford

spring 2020, Alejandro Crawford

Felipe Cussen

spring 2020, Felipe Cussen

Natalie Czech

spring 2020, Natalie Czech

Andrew Durbin

spring 2020, Andrew Durbin, From an ongoing obsession with Christopher Wren, the tulips outside St. Paul’s.

Gordon Faylor


Robert Fitterman

spring 2020, Robert Fitterman, LOCKDOWN
spring 2020, Robert Fitterman, LOCKDOWN
spring 2020, Robert Fitterman, LOCKDOWN

Sophia Le Fraga

spring 2020, Sophia Le Fraga

Martín Gubbins

spring 2020, Martín Gubbins
spring 2020, Martín Gubbins

Aurelia Guo

spring 2020, Aurelia Guo

Sabine Herrmann

spring 2020, Sabine Herrmann, trajectory of a (my) fly / Flugbahn (m)einer Fliege

Eddie Hopely


Gabriela Jauregui

spring 2020, Gabriela Jauregui

Kristopher Rindon Johnson

spring 2020, Kristopher Rindon Johnson
spring 2020, Kristopher Rindon Johnson
spring 2020, Kristopher Rindon Johnson

Kim Junsung

spring 2020, Kim Junsung

Monica McClure


Yedda Morrison

spring 2020, Yedda Morrison

Joseph Mosconi

spring 2020, Joseph Mosconi

Serkan Ozkaya

spring 2020, Serkan Ozkaya

John Paetsch

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Michael Prado

spring 2020, Michael Prado

Carlos Soto Román

spring 2020, Carlos Soto Román, The first cousin

Kim Rosenfield

spring 2020, Kim Rosenfield

Rod Smith

How to Make a Spring 2020 Poem

To make a Spring 2020 poem:
Take a newspaper.
Take a pair of scissors.
Choose an article as long as you are planning to make your poem.
Cut out the article.
Then cut out each of the words that make up this article and put them in a bag.
Shake it gently.
Then take out the scraps one after the other in the order in which they left the bag.
Copy conscientiously.
The poem will be like you.


Edward Steck


Georgina Torello

spring 2020, Georgina Torello

Suzanne Treister

spring 2020, Suzanne Treister, a set of spaceship bookmarks

Sam Winston

spring 2020, Sam Winston, SPRING. – shit into regeneration

The idea came from accidentally knocking a toilet roll into the loo (whilst cleaning) – it struck me how nice it would be to turn this current symbol of panicking shopping – and sell it as a print to raise funds for sanitation in Yemen (we raised about $1k for UNICEF in the end).