The Spencer Tunick Experience
is managed by
Kris Rotsaert and Gilead Limor
Spencer Tunick Forum admin team
with the invaluable assistance
of the forum's other administrators:
Roger Coss, Diane Wailes and
Design & Editorial
Spencer Tunick Forum Please feel welcome to join
the forum as it is the place to hear about upcoming installations and events,
and to share your news and
The Spencer Tunick Experience The original Spencer Tunick Experience site
was set up in April 2003 by Mike Carter, around the time of the Selfridges
installation in London. Mike approached the site maintenance with much
enthusiasm, and subsequently set up a message board to go with it. When
things on the Spencer Tunick front started getting busy a couple of years
later, Mike assigned the ongoing maintenance in good faith to a webmaster
whom, he hoped would keep up the good work. This good work did not actually
materialise and significant chunks of the site actually disappeared. Nonetheless,
Mike kept it going until July 2007, at which he stage passed the site on
The Spencer Tunick Forum Following the Saatchi installation in April
2003, Diane and Craig established the first Spencer Tunick forum called:
"We Posed For Spencer Tunick" on MSN groups, with myself joining it the
following morning and Mike Grenville shortly afterwards. The forum grew
in membership, fueled by other 2003 installations in Barcelona, Portugal
and New York, and 2004 installations in Milford PA, Cleveland and Buffalo.
A regular participant of the North American installations was Roger Coss,
who very quickly became an invaluable addition to the forum's admin team.
In 2006, just before the San Sebastian installation, MSN closed down the
forum. Enter Kris Rotsaert, who quickly set us up with a domain and web
hosting for the forum engine we are using now, and the new forum was up
and running in no time.
Now with the joined forces of The Spencer
Tunick Experience and The Spencer Tunick Forum, we provide one of the most
comprehensive Spencer Tunick information and experience sites anywhere
on the web.
Your written contribution is our oxygen There is no membership fee, we do not accept
advertising, we do not spam your mailboxes, we are a non-profit site and
we aim to keep it that way. But we still need your contribution.
We would like to display one or two experiences
and a few personal photos for each installation both recent and from previous
years. If you would like to contribute a personal story or a few of your
own photographs, please email them to the link below. Look at our list
of featured pages. If you were at an installation that is not listed, or
one that has no content - we want to hear from you.
We can not guarantee to publish all material
sent to us, and if we do not publish your story here, you may also post
it freely on the Forum
once you have registered. Please note that you must either must be the
photographer and copyright owner of any images you send us, or have the
copyright owner's explicit permission (preferably in writing with full
copyright details) to submit the images on his/her behalf, and by doing
so you are giving us permission to publish said material on this website.
Original copyright owners will retain copyright on anything sent to us
and photographs will be credited accordingly.
Mike's Message Board We are keeping the link to the site's old
message board up at Mike's request, and it will continue to function as
an independent entity. However, it is no longer linked to the Spencer Tunick
Experience Website, thus we bear no responsibility for it or its contents,
and we will not be managing it or checking it for comments or requests
regarding The Spencer Tunick Experience site or the forum.
board can be found here.
The Spencer Tunick Experience
is managed by the admin team of The Spencer Tunick Forum. Both sites are run voluntarily
and do not profit in any way. The Spencer Tunick Experience
provides external links as a service only, and can not be held responsible
for their content. All contributions from individuals
to this site hold the views and opinions of their authors, they do not
reflect the views and opinions of this site or its administrators.