Next up in our Senior Spotlight is Josh Kery!
Briefly describe your artistic practice.
I make a lot of work with or about my family. I’m interested in the way we tell and pass down stories, and I choose my medium based on that storytelling, whether that’s drawing, photography, or dramatic writing.
What are you currently working on?
I’m adapting a stage play I was producing into a virtual performance on Zoom!
How has your artistic practice changed since you started working entirely from home?
I have trouble editing and simplifying, even if what I’m working on is taking away my time for rest. It’s hard to say whether or not losing access to School of Art facilities has helped me learn to do that by forcing me to work with what I have at home. Some days, it still feels like I’m not resting enough. But being at home has at least increased the number of days that I do feel like I’m balanced.