By Tim Eads
Since many artists are more visual than verbal I am working on a series of photo-essays about the lives and practices of art makers that asks them to respond to my questions using photographs rather than words. Each month will explore a new topic probing current art trends and artists’ personal experiences that often go unnoticed.
The first essay, split into two volumes, starts with the question “where do you work?” For Philadelphia artist and curator Tyler Kline, where he works proved tricky to define: “After my experience at PAFA, I’m really against the personal studio for myself, I want something organic and collaborative.” The variety of purely visual responses reveals much about each artist.
I encourage your response to this series at firstname.lastname@example.org.