At the end of each podcast interview I have a short talk about what's going on in my study, about the things in it and the projects on the go. The first podcast with Martin Friedel has a brief description of my study layout.These talks can be listened to as individual mp3 recordings; see In my study: notes. Click on the individual mp3 files or the file ims-study.xml for an RSS feed; you can subscribe with iTunes or a live bookmark.
In this page you can see a few things about how my study works. Below on the left is an image of the project table a few years ago. Here it is posing as a sort of work of art during the final phases of The Expedition project. Most of the time it's nothing like this, but more of a jumble, a wreck even, always in need of some sorting. It's a place I can find ideas mixing in together, lines of research possibly forgotten, ready for another visit.
On the right is a photo of "reading lamp only". Minimalism is the go here; a blank page, a few notes or some current object of interest to work from. And concentration. Out the window I see only some shrubbery, an occasional bird passing through. This is a "stop and dream page."
The images on the picture board are mostly well-known paintings owned by galleries around the world, plus a few photos from books. Otherwise all material is © Copyright Craig Robertson, 2008
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