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Description

'System Change' belongs to the on-going series which I entitle ‘Matter On Print’. In ‘Matter On Print’ I splash paints as well as household materials on enlarged photographic print. I enjoy creating an image and then destroying and de-constructing it, introducing something unexpected and allowing chance to create a new experience. In ‘System Change’ I used acrylic paint, coffee, clear acrylic medium, marker, spraypaint and punched out holes on the glossy photographic Kodak. It is a unique expression. The original is signed, dated, and titled by artist on the back of the artwork and it is being sold unframed. The photograph is a enhanced close up shot from raindrops on a taxi window shield in New York City around 2018. I created the artwork in my studio in New Mexico while the news of Covid-19 entered our consciousness during the Mercury retrograde phase in mid of February. I was just asked to participate at Artfare and thought that this is an appropriate answer to the current travel situation. Creating memories of a past and a possible future.

Artfare code
GF9CE
Available for pickup
No
Medium

photography

Details

20.00 x 16.00 x 1.00 in | 50.80 x 40.64 x 2.54 cm

Artwork location
Studio Isolde Kille

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