The modern studio is a public place, it is an active and dynamic ecosystem of interconnected ideations, a panoramic window into every stage in the creative process. As the artist’s life outside of the gallery space is continuously expanding, there is a growing emphasis on how their complex persona intertwines with their creative output. This series focuses on the many ways an artist’s studio is constructed, and how their creative process is informed by their sociocultural and aesthetic consciousness.
From the immersive, to the virtual, to the utterly unconventional, the concept of a gallery is rapidly evolving, and so too is the definition of space. This series explores the multi-various iterations of exhibit spaces, and the many contexts in which art can be displayed to the public.