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Petunia's World, 2020




From the series A Stress-Free Point of View: "Always images have surrounded us and now more than ever we are perpetually bombarded. Cascading down through images across time and space, genealogies form and restrict imaginings more closely to specific interpretations. I am exploring the mess of this system to restore potential, especially queer potential, to conventional lineages of images. I hope to catch the texture of an anonymous yet entirely particular perception (something familiar that feels strange and romantic, a reflection). Talking with an established logic bent-out-of-shape can reveal welcoming cracks in what remains permanently incomplete. By losing myself to the mismatched tides and aimless currents of all sorts of imagery made in all sorts of years I sometimes land upon soft, stable places where it all unravels and hidden lines are easy to trace." Description: This 20x16 inch photograph is printed on Canson Baryta Photographique archival inkjet paper. It is printed to order by a consistent printer to ensure museum quality and edition congruence. A signature label including edition information will be shipped with the print and can be affixed to the frame by the framer. Edition information: 1 / 5 + 1AP Additional sizes: 2 + 1AP at 40x32 inches (1000 USD) Please inquire to order additional sizes

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

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Tarplin's Studio
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