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‘Unpacking the Studio’, RGS-IGB Conference

Conference – Published 29th Aug 18

After four decades in which the term ‘studio’ has been largely absent from critical discussions around arts practice, numerous authors have returned to the subject in order to reassess the contingency of those spaces that are created in order to make art. Recently, the studio has been revisited as a highly connected, transdisciplinary, mobile sites. They have been reconsidered as laboratories—the product of intricate networks of human/non-human relations—or as environments marked out by atmospheres of affective intensity. As such, a studio’s coherence is often emotionally, as much as physically, constituted.

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