Scott Lang spent the month of May as artist in residence at Project Ability. Based within the Project Ability workshop, Lang spent the month developing his practice, and new work. Here, he tells us about his experience:
“Having the use of a studio space for a month was great as it allowed me to focus on producing work. I also had the time and space to consider the direction my work will take in the near future.
It was fantastic just being back at Project Ability as this is where my journey back into making art started in 2009, but the best aspect of the residency is the people who use the studios every day. It’s inspiring being around so many creative people. People who aren’t scared to offer an opinion and encouragement.
Quite a few of the artists had stories about how Glasgow’s gang culture (the focus of my work) had affected them and their families which will feed into my own research. Hopefully my relationship with Project Ability will continue well into the future.”
Thank you very much Scott!