A bright, colourful art print on high quality fine art paper printed using giclée printing methods, professionally framed.
This work is based on five walks in Leeds Millennium Square during various public events (festivals, concerts). Each walk followed a similar route around and across the Square. However, each event creates different areas where the space is no longer accessible to the public, a disruption to public space. Each walk was tracked using GPS data, and the resulting patterns created by the walks were used to create two series of screenprints and some 3D work.
The printing screens were used in an intuitive way, exploring variations in colours, patterns, and complexity of layering, to create over 100 small abstract prints. I think of these as fragments of space and time. This print is a reproduction of 25 of these colourful screenprints. It is one of a series of 4 works titled 'Collecting Fragments of Space'.
We use a supplier with a global network of printers. Your order will be produced at the supplier closest to you to reduce transport costs and emissions.
Premium Quality Paper from Sustainable Sources
Your print will be printed on a premium quality 200gsm fine art paper with a smooth, matte finish. Our supplier sources wood and paper from sustainably managed forests.
Our prints are printed using giclée printing methods, using water-based inks which are 100% non-hazardous, toxin-free and vegan friendly.
Our frames are simple, elegant, lightweight and robust, and are created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish and Acrylic glaze. The frames have a square profile measuring 20mm (front face) by 23mm (depth from wall), are available in a range of colours and are delivered ready for hanging.