Exquisite Corpse (Cadavre exquis) is a method in which a collection of consecutive words or images produces a joint work of art. Unlike with normal collaboration, each participant can only see the end of what the predecessor has made. He therefore does not know what the other has done.
This technique was conceived by the surrealists in 1925, and is based on an old game in which each player takes turns in writing on a piece of paper, folding it up and then passing it on to the other player.
Artists from around the world work together at The Exquisite Corpse to create this unique art.