Gemma Draper





While working, I often get a surprise wave, a flush of radical presence from the micro variations that suddenly transform reality. This experience turns to be a valuable research tool for me. Even if there is not way to state this in a fixed formula, I find that a change in my posture it’s a quite powerful resource. By a change of posture I mean a physical modification on space or time frames, as well as an alteration on the rules that guides everyday routine, on the language that shapes your work. Try to lie down in your studio floor, or just actively wait for nothing to happens.



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