Definition: noun. a room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc. works. or a film or television production company. or a studio flat.
"A studio is a laboratory, not a factory. An exhibition is the result of your experiments, but the process is never-ending. So an exhibition is not a conclusion." - Chris Ofilli
A Studio is a place to create, to dream to imagine the world as you wish to see it and put it on a medium: Canvas, Records, Computer - all are ways to express yourself and show your art to those around you. A studio Is a safe place to crate what is in your hearts, it's a haven. The use of a studio gives the user peace of mind, a studio is a lot like an office for those who like to sit behind a desk doing written work all day. It's a place to concentrate and do work.
My studio is the world. I don't have a specific place to draw or create, however when I do I like to be alone.
This gives the quietness and the ability to concentrate on what I need to do. There is also a negative side to being alone: you sometimes need inspiration. This may come from an object or a person that you see a lot or just saw once walking past them. A studio also tends to mean something will stop, for example artists will hold exhibitions to show their finished piece or pieces. Musicians will release albums or singles into the world.
Graphic Designers will send their work out into the world for all to see, via branding. Here are some examples of some graphic designers works.
We have a studio ourselves. The course studio that we are welcome to use anytime we are not in a lecture or one is being held. This is our sanctuary that we are to use whenever we wish.