East and west are analogues, obscure to determine spring or autumn, vision or obscurity, one’s relativity to the past and the future.
The detached studio is built to respond to the path of the sun.
South is summer, the static heat of a focused lens on paper, a period of examination and subject-object relationships as the sun confronts the temperate terrain. North is winter, rigidly pensive, eternally welcoming, capitalizing on limited but vibrant horizontal illumination, a period of still lifes and intricacy. The north-south relationship is a stasis portal founded on a vegetal skeleton, populated by symbolism and biogenerative complexity.