un Projects is pleased to partner with Tamsen Hopkinson to present STUDIO, an artist video-interview series.
Speaking with artists about their process and practice, STUDIO aims to be reflective and responsive to current conversations within contemporary art and more broadly. With a focus on Australian artists STUDIO makes accessible conversations that happen in the studio; creating an archive that links generations, highlights crossovers and examines different disciplines.
For the first in the series, we speak to Helen Maudsley, a Melbourne painter who often refers to her paintings as visual essays. Maudsley’s personal visual language examines ideas of analogy, association and ambiguity, based on her reflections on the world around us. In this interview, Maudsley discusses colour and composition as well as her experience of making art and how she feels her practice has changed over time.
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STUDIO is created by Tamsen Hopkinson, a New Zealand artist based in Narrm, Melbourne, and published by un Projects as part of un Extended.
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