Michel Lawrence investigates the constructed world in art, talking with artists and photographers discussing the man-made world as the inspiration for their art. The gallerist/collector Charles Justin - a retired architect - sees the art of the constructed world as a way of helping explain the modern world. An eclectic group of artists all discuss their greatly varied artistic styles to present the world in a sometimes-abstract manner, but always in a thoughtful and questioning way of assessing modern life. Stephen Hayley, Simon Finn and the German/American sculptor Thomas Demand all explain how modern technology has helped them shape their art.
Michel Lawrence takes a close-up view of where art is made - inside the artists studio. The artist/educator Stephen Hayley talks about what he wants from a studio and lists his favourite places where art is made. The highly acclaimed street artist Rone reveals the co-operative and commercially savvy nature of Everfresh Studios, while fellow street artist Ha Ha, shows us a serious and curiously business-like environment of The Womb of Time studio, while elder statesman Jeff Makin takes us through his 1800s gold rush era converted dance hall to studio.