Giuseppe Bulzis, Artist and Hairdresser
Right now is probably one of the best times ever to kickstart something new. It could be creating an interesting image of hair or art, or anything really. Anything where you’ve thought, ”when I get the time I would love to try that out”, but for one reason or another it never happened. With so much engaging online material, from tutorials to talks, this could also be a good starting point in the process of discovering new things. It could be something you do to pass the time in lockdown, or if you’re enjoying it, it could become part of your new way forward when we all get back to the so called ‘normal’.
In the beginning of lockdown I found it pretty difficult to find my flow with work, I kind of lost my bearings. Finally I went into the studio and literally just took everything out. I looked at what I’d made and lined up heads that needed to be worked on. Actually it was something I’d never really done before, as I would normally have quite a few heads on the go, and day-to-day I’d be busy cutting hair. It was good to sit down and reflect on the project as a whole.