Rearranging the furniture

Rearranging the furniture

(Another New Studio)

After my last post I was thinking about the use of space in the studio and quite obviously it could be much better, so I set about moving the installation space into the corner to utilise the two existing walls rather than just one. I know this is bleedin’ obvious but I plead enthusiasm!

I decided to do this on Friday afternoon, the 2nd June, after returning from a trip away.

Rearranging the furniture

moving the installation towards the wall

The photograph above shows what I mean, the wall behind the drawing board becomes the back wall of the installation and the construction you can see on the left here is the left hand wall of the installation once you’re inside it.

The photograph below is the view from the door giving a direct view of the desk as you enter the room.

Rearranging the furniture

the view from the entrance

On Friday I couldn’t finish it all so I got back to it on Monday 5th. Below you can see view back from the desk with the extra working space created and a nice clean floor.

Rearranging the furniture

New space by the entrance

Rearranging the furniture

Corner installation

And here you can see the filled in installation walls. The projection wall is the reverse of the three 8×4 panels on the left of this picture.

Rearranging the furniture

New Projection Wall

As I freed up three complete panels with this move I was able to make the bench pictured below to use for construction and display.

Rearranging the furniture

New Construction Bench

Over the weekend I worked on some prints of images of the lemniscates that I will turn into sculpture with AR accompaniments. I made the drawings last July and you can see this post detailing them or the gallery


I’ve continued to draw every day;

The May drawings can be seen here

and the April images here

There is a link to the previous month’s Gallery on each page.

The drawings are posted to Twitter and Instagram each day.

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