Exploring the workspaces of a creator is akin to understanding the mental structural foundation of a creative mind.
At the Vancouver Eastside Culture Crawl, whether it may be an individual skilled in the Fine Arts (a la Jerome in Art School Confidential), a technician trained in the older industries of Industrial processes (paper-making, Glass-ceramic-to-metal seals, Glass-to-metal seal) and Manufacturing (metalwork, woodworking, 3D printing, garment and textiles), these workspaces remain one and the same in their creation, upon its completion.
This is the countdown of a 5th year ongoing that I have explored various artist studios, workspaces, warehouses and galleries since 2008. The ravens remain in their same standing places, the cold weather remains crisp despite pending rain showers looming overhead, and all the confectionary treats are delicious. The following photos below are based on a theme, specifically a theme that I’ve been exploring through the notions of workspaces and impromptu compositions (much like the ‘planned’ impromptu scenes in film narratives a la mise en scène.)