Growing a studio
# The Atelier
From the latin assula:
Splinter, shaving, chip, shiver
A studio justifies wacky art experiments, the bleeps and boops, the lines, and the oodles of gaff tape. It's a vehicle for processing a designer's work; it serves to organize a caotic mismash of disciplines. I don't know what my studio should look like yet (ever?) so it keeps shaping. Fitting spaces, needs, desires, feelings. Sometimes with others, sometimes all alone. This past year I called a few studios home:
- The greenhouse
- My home//the New Hampshire studio
A studio can be anything anywhere as long as it helps an artist do their work. A closet, a warehouse, and anywhere in between serve that purpose. So go out and call something a studio!
A messy desk mid-project
This past year, the loft served as an entertaining space as well as a studio
Sometimes, there was turf grass!
I also did work in the greenhouse, a collaborative studio
This is the greenhouse at night