Studio As Shack
Ongoing photographic practice using the material and surfaces found around the studio.
The hut/cabin/shack is the epicenter of ‘experimentalism,’ even if ‘only’ vernacular. Always successful and always a failure, both at the same time; the necessity which the hut represents is precisely that: “The economy of the shack enumerates necessity, or more exactly it enumerates a dream of necessity, using what’s at hand.”
(Lisa Robertson From Playing House: a brief account of the idea of the shack,Lisa Robertson in Occasional Work and Seven Walks From the Office of Soft Architecture)