Over the weekend, our studio was open to visitors as part of a complex-wide event. It was very successful in terms of footfall, with 175 people on Friday, over 300 on Saturday and around 170 on Sunday. With 40 studios open, and a great cafe, the event pulls in a good crowd. The event itself… Continue reading S2: Analyzing Open Studio & Sprint 1.
Folk Horror is often a form of arboreal myth-making, where the trees become a barrier that curtails sightlines; working against Rennaissance perspective. Folk Horror landscapes are sentient and agentic. Trees. Boundaries. Create visual and territorial barriersthat are purposed towards limiting human reach and agency. As in The Witch with its cold grey misty palette and… Continue reading S1: No Sightlines in Folk Horror