Planning to rent a temporary studio to accomplish your artistic plan in a time window ?
Be prepared to face some characteristic details :
you pay them rent for 30 days.
before you are in, they ask you to give away your first 5 days from your payed 30 days
FOR SOMEBODY MORE IMPORTANT ARTIST THAN YOU THAT IS IN BEFORE YOU.
while you are in, they come to make repairs for 5 days during your payed 30 days.
With their own keys. Without ringing the doorbell.
FOR SOMEBODY MORE IMPORTANT ARTIST THAN YOU THAT IS COMING IN AFTER YOU.
they say : show us your good attitude and charming personality and help us make repairs. During your stay, surely you can work some for a good cause, for free, to keep this studio in good shape and available FOR MORE IMPORTANT ARTISTS THAN YOU.
you get the flu during your stay. They see how ill you are, but NOBODY asks :
do you need help, I can buy food also for you, I go shopping anyway, no problem !
a week before your payed 30 days are over, they will ask you : when are you leaving ?
Why should they think that you are going away before your payed 30 days ?
THE MORE IMPORTANT ARTIST THAN YOU PLANS TO COME IN EARLIER !
as you are leaving, they will say that you have flaws in your soft character
and a working artist may not be that flexible to demands from the outside
and you should be MORE RUDE TO PERSONS LESS IMPORTANT THAN YOU.
as a conclusion of your stay, you tell them, that this working period of 30 days
did not quite go as you planned, and they will say :
you cannot expect to succeed every time.
Welcome again to have a nice stay !
studio renting tips for artists
was originally written and published here in AIR BORNE by © 2016 Tiina Hölli 28.04.2016 14:00
Published in - just realized - in beBee Publisher 28.04.2016 18:40
Being Nothing -
[ Conceptual ]
T i i n a H ö l l i
... says she
doesn't give a shit,
[ paskat nakkaa ]
but still thinks amazingly much about
and Being ...
... has some Knowledge
and / or vice versa.
[ Loves Immaterial ]
F . A . Q . : W T F
Tiina Hölli : - Lila -
Read Robert M. Pirsig
acrylic on board
19 x 130 cm
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