Associate Studio Programme 3 : John Seth

John Seth began his visit to the Stockwell studios with a performance. This consisted of two sheets of found manuscript paper, which John had drawn music notes onto, a hammer and some nails. John used this gesture to introduce how he might understand the relationship between thinking and making work. This mode of reflection was to demonstrate how there are different ways to generate how we talk about artwork. The conversations triggered by our work in the studio were then led by this idea, as we considered how we could formulate new languages into our discussions. (Fleur Dempsey)

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