Editor: Maggie M. Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
tiny collections form one expression of the Material Collective’s mission to foster a safe space for alternative ways of thinking about objects. tiny collections push at the boundaries of art history’s methods and practices; they value the lyrical and the speculative; sometimes they are group projects; they cross boundaries and invent forms; they are not monographs or traditional scholarly research studies; they are not the kinds of art historical projects that could find publication in established journals. tiny collections are gatherings: thoughtfully assembled things, presented in warm light with a murmured “lookit” for introduction. tiny collections are the things we do, together.
More information on the tiny collections website.