This Case Study has been published with the help of Sarah-Jane Crowson (head of the Scholarship project at Hereford College of Arts)
Introducing our interview series are Abby Ford and Maddie McVeigh, two Fine Artists at HCA. They discuss the challenges and rewards of working collaboratively and how it encourages reflection on our own practice. They are part of inSTALL8, a collective with the goal to take their graduate show up to Free Range in Brick Lane, London.
Catherine Wynne-Paton, artist and producer discusses her ever evolving practice that spans many directions. She has created 'Art Bubble', an ongoing series of video discussions with contemporary artists which is another way of directing research towards her own development.
David Saunders (Fine Artist) shares his thoughts on the current group show at Canwood Gallery and elaborates on why collaboration and participation is integral to his work. Curation is also on his agenda and he is keen to throw himself into a project where he can challenge himself with this role.
Catching the artist David, alongside his piece 'Breath Taking' at the Canwood.
Justine Winters also talks about her series of works on show, both interviews present a stark contrast highlighting the diversity in contemporary practices.