In March artist Adam Chodzko visited the Associate Studio Programme. Adam’s visit coincided with his show at Marlborough Contemporary ‘Room for Laarni’. Adam offered his thoughts on the studio and the processes that occur there, “what aspects of making are necessarily done in isolation – in private, even from ourselves! – and which develop from an interior dialogue; an immediate anticipation of them being shared with another”.
Adam brought an object for the ‘studio visit archive’ – a tin of Tate & Lyle Golden Syrup in which was submerged a found 35mm slide. Adam began the discussion with a complex and utterly intriguing narrative ‘explaining’ the background to the object.