Project Anywhere (2012-2023) was a global exhibition program designed to support art and artistic research at the outermost limits of location-specificity. By employing an innovative double-blind peer review model instead of a curator as gatekeeper, Project Anywhere enabled artists and artistic researchers operating outside conventional exhibition circuits to receive expert peer evaluation, community support, and global dissemination of their work. Every proposal submitted to Project Anywhere underwent a rigorous review by at least four internationally recognized artist academics, with final selections made by an International Editorial Committee. All evaluations are archived for independent auditing.

Project Anywhere is delighted to announce its transformation into a historical archive for future researchers here at this permanent website. Importantly, this website should be understood as a platform for signalling the existence of art and artistic projects located elsewhere in space in time, and not as an exhibition platform/location in and of itself. 

For more information, please contact Sean Lowry.

Project Anywhere was proudly supported as part of a partnership between the Centre of Visual Art (University of Melbourne) and Parsons School of Art, Media and Technology (Parsons School of Design, The New School).

Mitch Goodwin w/ Midjourney, Edition 19-A3D2 from the series Project(ed) Everywhere, 2024. AI rendered image generated on occasion of the publication of Project Anywhere archive. Prompt: “The exterior space between the paintings, as opposed to the interior space within the paintings, is activated.” Alexandra Nicolaides in ‘Robert Barry: All the things I know … 1962 to present,’ The Brooklyn Rail, March 2015