Jason Waterhouse is a sculptor working out of an old butter factory that he and his partner have converted in to artist studios and a retail space. I visited Jason, ahead of his submission to the 2010 McClelland Sculpture Prize. This work explores Jason’s work for the Prize, his creative process, and the amazing environment he works in. My intention was to communicate the strong sense of place I felt when I visited his Kyneton ‘butter factory’, and capture his contagious energy. Along with 11 sound portraits produced about the shortlisted artists in the Prize, this audio work will be featured on the gallery’s website.
The work is featured on a specially designed exhibiting website, SculptorsInSound.com