We have all been turned INSIDE OUT lately. We are asked to answer questions about materiality, physicality, and intimacy from a whole new angle. How do these concepts articulate themselves in a time where the digital is our predominant space of interaction? Go INSIDE OUT with us and be inspired!
As graduates of the Master Institute of Visual Cultures, St. Joost School of Art and Design in Den Bosch, it is a pleasure to share our graduation projects with you, our audience beyond the art school walls. We will do so in an unusual, though unique inside out time. Like many of you, we too moved indoors with the arrival of the COVID19 pandemic, or found ourselves locked in some place in other ways. Our rooms became our studios, our computers turned into classrooms, and our practices and graduation projects were challenged to adapt to these new circumstances. We were suddenly asked to answer questions about materiality, physicality, and intimacy from a whole new angle. What do these concepts mean to us in our individual projects, and how do these meanings articulate themselves in a time where the digital is our predominant space of interaction? Dealing with these questions at the very end of your masters degree is a challenging inside out process in itself. But also one that brings new opportunities. Like the apt and completely-with-the-times inside out possibility to, for the first time in our school’s history, bring our graduation show to you virtually.