Studio Visits is an Articulate project which introduces artists through a visit to the artists’ workplaces. By paying the artists a visit in their studios, workshops and ateliers, Articulate wants to embrace the creative process of art in the making and the physical as well as mental surrounding in which art is created rather than only focusing on an art piece as end result.
Artists Jonas and Jan about their bad creative habits, the benefits and drawbacks of a shared studio a well as the role of traveling for their work.
Once an old slaughter house, Jægergårdsgade 154H near Sydhavnen has turned into a lively studio space shared by four Danish artists working with and alongside each other. Articulate paid Jonas Sckerl and Jan Bo Vinter Poulsen, the male part of Studio 154H, a visit in their studio in Aarhus.
Artist Anne Risum about the Lucky People she depicts in her paintings, her feeling of obligation to tell certain stories as well as her least favorite parts of the creative process.
Whereas some artists use art in order to abstract life, Anne Risum tries to imitate it in her paintings in order to reflect colors and experiences as well as to tell the stories that surround us. Articulate paid the Danish artist a visit in her studio in Ry.