David Eastwood is an artist and academic whose practice is primarily situated within drawing and painting. He works with the interior as a genre through which to examine and reconfigure relationships across eras and sites. He is currently investigating artists’ studios, with a particular focus on the recent proliferation of museological reconstructions of deceased artists’ studios. Contextualized within discourses around contemporary studio practices and the post-studio condition of the late-twentieth century, his practice investigates the potential for posthumous studios to operate as virtual, prosthetic studios, re-activated as provocations for contemporary art. He is represented by Robin Gibson Gallery in Sydney, and is a lecturer at UNSW Art & Design, Australia.