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A do it series of instructions produced by Independent Curators International

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do it (home)

As many around the world are experiencing social distancing and orders to stay at home, Independent Curators International shares do it (home) . A version of do it originally envisioned by Hans Ulrich Obrist in 1995 and produced by ICI, do it (home) assembles a set of artists instructions that can be followed by anyone simultaneously around the world.

do it (home) is a growing selection of instructions distributed online, and simultaneously through over 30 collaborating art spaces from within ICI’s international network. It contains existing and newly commissioned contributions by artists to take you away from your screens, and recreate an art experience at home. You will respond to the artist's call, follow their lead, enter their world, and realize an artwork on their behalf. When you're ready to return to the screen, share that you did it! Make connections with other doers on Instagram, #doithome

Untitled (2012) by Etel AdnanSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2012) by Sophia Al MariaSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2012) by Uri AranSerpentine Galleries

Arca (2020) by ArcaSerpentine Galleries

Nairy Baghramian (2012) by Nairy BaghramianSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2020) by Meriem BennaniSerpentine Galleries

Les Écoliers (The Schoolchildren) (1993) by Christian BoltanskiSerpentine Galleries

Geta Bratescu (2020) by Geta BratescuSerpentine Galleries

Three How To Projects for Art Production in Domestic Spaces (2001) by Critical Art EnsembleSerpentine Galleries

To Create Sympathy in the Home, Jimmie Durham, 1997, From the collection of: Serpentine Galleries
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To Create Sympathy in the Home, Jimmie Durham, 1997, From the collection of: Serpentine Galleries
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To Create Sympathy in the Home, Jimmie Durham, 1997, From the collection of: Serpentine Galleries
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99 Cents (2020) (2020) by Torkwase DysonSerpentine Galleries

What Would Tracey Do? (2007) by Tracey EminSerpentine Galleries

The Masque-Culotte (2020) by Simone FortiSerpentine Galleries

Instruction by Liam GillickSerpentine Galleries

Instruction (2002) by Joseph GrigleySerpentine Galleries

Shilpa Gupta, Shilpa Gupta, 2012, From the collection of: Serpentine Galleries
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Shilpa Gupta, Shilpa Gupta, 2012, From the collection of: Serpentine Galleries
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Untitled (1997) by Koo Jeong ASerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2012) by David LamelasSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2019) by Lynn Hershman LeesonSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2012) by Lucy R. LippardSerpentine Galleries

Study for time by Cildo MeirelesSerpentine Galleries

Instruction (1996) by Jonas MekasSerpentine Galleries

Instructions To Make A Good Painting (2012) by Albert OehlenSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2019) by Precious OkoyomonSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2012) by Füsun OnurSerpentine Galleries

Christodoulos Panayiotou (2012) by Christodoulos PanayiotouSerpentine Galleries

Untitled (2004) by Philippe ParrenoSerpentine Galleries

Dig a Hole, Plant a Seed (2019) by Thao Nguyen PhanSerpentine Galleries

Instruction (1997) by Marjetica PotrčSerpentine Galleries

DO IT YOURSELF (for children)* (2011) by RAQS Media CollectiveSerpentine Galleries

Instruction (2002) by Pascale Marthine TayouSerpentine Galleries

FACE THE DAILY FORCE... (2020) by Carrie Mae WeemsSerpentine Galleries

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do it (home) is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and produced by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York. do it (home) is made available to art spaces internationally free of charge, in response to the COVID-19 crisis, with the support of ICI’s Board of Trustees, contributors to ICI’s Access Fund, and the Jeanne and Dennis Masel Foundation.

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