This work questions our experiences in terms of the contemporary global landscape; fragmented recollections of travel and distant locations, the sense of immersion and wonder, and the juxtaposition of transience and permanence, amid notions of the familiar and the exotic.
You know that workplace? Functional but slightly boring. Perhaps it has no art on the walls at all, or maybe the designers played it safe with inoffensive and inexpensive art. Either way, the environment doesn’t foster creativity or engage the senses. Research tells us that art in the workplace produces positive benefits; enhanced mood, improved …
Continue reading "Art at Work: why good art matters"