Google and Tate Modern in London, released an online art experiment called "This Exquisite Forest," which lets you collaborate with others to create animations and stories using a web-based drawing tool.
Seven renowned artists from Tate's collection, including Bill Woodrow, Dryden Goodwin, Julian Opie, Mark Titchner, Miroslaw Balka, Olafur Eliasson and Raqib Shaw, have created short "seed" animations. From these seeds, "anyone can add new animations that extend the story or branch it in a new direction. Or you can start a tree of your own with some friends. As more sequences are added, the animations grow into trees, creating a potentially infinite number of possible endings to each animation," explains Aaron Koblin, Google Creative Lab, Data Arts Team.
In addition to the website, an interactive installation will open on July 23 in the Level 3 gallery of Tate Modern--will be on display as large-scale projections.
Watch this video introducing This Exquisite Fores: