The studio environment

The public studio space created an interactive environment in which the viewer could experience each piece of work, in its transitional state. The studio window within the Sackler Center acted as an active surface in which the viewer could engage with the processes. This surface also acted as the limit in order for these processes to be housed by the architecture of the studio, by using the floor, walls and windows as the canvas for the initial placement of the work.

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