Working in the remote French countryside has forced me to slow down and adapt, and turn inconvenience into an opportunity for innovation and self-reflection. Everything is transient. People come and go, emotions and personal attachments whirlwind around in a tornado of intimate international social interaction.
My work has thrived in these conditions, surrounded by artists with such diverse backgrounds, cultures and talents, nurtured by a strong community built from cooperation and creation all within an old stone house. This experience has changed me, how I think and reflect on the world, on art, and on the value of living in the moment and allowing my work to follow suit.
Attached is a group shot of a ref of the residents and myself. We are about to install a huge work at the Ch