A room. A place to live and sleep. A place to eat, to read, to feel pleasure and pain. A place to think, to find and lose yourself. A room as a place in the house and as a space to fit into or to escapes from. We form the space where we live and it forms us, our body, our mind. This is a work in progress, a series of self-portraits in the studio flat where I live. The domestic space and its objects become mental rooms to expose and hide my inner world, symbolically and metaphorically. According to archetypal psychology "soul-making" means to dive into ourselves and do research. It means to share with the others' gaze the content of our inner world. Soul-making means to imagine. Creating images means to soul-make.
Lee Copleston • Gina Kawecka • Sarah Le Brocq • Violetta Liszka • Greta Lorimer • Michaela Meadow • Gin Rimmington Jones • Sara Roberts • Andrew Robinson • Jola Sopek •