Chapman Gallery. University of Salford - 2005
Audience participation and the accessibility of the creative process constitute an increasingly important part of the curating and exhibiting of works of art. Here, after completely transferring her entire studio to the gallery, Cohen transforms the space into a functioning working environment where she continues practice for three weeks whilst allowing limited public access. The final exhibition is a culmination of works in progress, a snapshot of working practice permitting the viewer a unique opportunity to follow in her thought patterns and strategic methods of refining visual information, ideas and possibilities.