This week, Maija from CAS interviewed artist Rosalind Davis in advance of her upcoming talk at Winchester School of Art on 1 December. We hope you enjoy this insight into this artist and her practice.
Questions asked include:
What achievements in your career as a professional artist have been the most rewarding or significant?
What has been one of your biggest personal challenge as an artist and how did you overcome it?
Do you identify as an artist and what does being an artist mean to you?
What does it mean to probe the relationships between both the physical and psychological aspects of space? (Bonus question asked at the very end)
What support structures allow you to function as an artist?
Why do you practice art?
How has your practice evolved over time, and what has been the main driver of that?
What does your process look like?
What decisions, activities or support have made the biggest impact on your professional practice?
What has worked best for you when it comes to sharing and promoting your work, and why does that suit your personality and practice?
What have you learned from your career as an artist that you would most like to pass on to other practicing artists?
Do you set some kind of control, self-discipline, creative ‘structures’ in this world full of distractions?
What can artists expect from your upcoming talk in Winchester?