Nosey Studios

Bracey, Andrew (2020) Nosey Studios. In: Dirty Practice: Working From Home, 4 Dec 2020.

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Abstract

"i am nosy, curious is the politer version of saying it...i really want to see other artist's studios, to see how they set things up and go about things....i want to talk to other artists about how they make and how they use the studio...i want to hear how others have responded to changed circumstances of the studio and making art due to lockdown...i hope others might be interested in how i go about it too. i think artists are pretty nosy, curious..."
The omnipresence of homeworking has become one of the key features of life in recent months as a consequence of the pandemic. Artists work in makeshift studio spaces at home whilst cooking the tea, caring for family or being confined to a bedroom where they eat, sleep, socialise and ostensibly work – in this context questions of the studio space and practices needs to be reviewed.

As part of this Dirty Practice event we continue to focus on close interconnections between practices, art education and space. We wish to ask to what extend the new situation impacts on opportunities to build communities, give a sense of belonging and allows for the appearance of digital ‘messy spaces’.

Keywords:art, artist's studio, studio, Artists
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Fine Arts)
ID Code:44851
Deposited On:15 Jun 2021 10:10

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