Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'
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Handmade Print - 'Language of Addiction I - 4'

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Title - 'Language of Addiction I - 4' 

This handmade limited edition collagraph print is from the series 'Language of Addiction I'.  

The price quoted is for this print only, however I've also included some images of how the work looks as part of the set.  

Edition Size - 10.  

Year - 2020. 

Frame - Framed in a white frame.

Print Size - 48cm x 21cm approx. Frame Size 53cm x 26cm. 

Signed - signed and numbered by the artist in pencil.  

Paper - Somerset 300gsm

Some info about this work: 

My work typically emerges from a process of analysing spaces from multiple viewpoints, e.g. by observation and recording, creating data by tracking walks or measurements, and by researching the wider contexts of spaces.  

My current project applies this approach to Climate. Instead of looking at the effects or consequences of climate change, which at times still seem remote, I have been looking at spaces which connect our everyday lives to global issues such as climate change. This currently focuses on car showrooms and road systems, i.e. local, everyday, familiar spaces which are also strong signifiers of fossil fuel addiction and hence of climate change. These spaces are also architecturally and visually very distinct.

I intend this process of connecting the local to the global to lead to regular series of work, probably mostly in prints. I want the work to extend the level of connection we make between our daily lives and the forces affecting climate change.

The current series of prints reference the visual language of these spaces, hence the '(Visual) Language of (Fossil Fuel) Addiction'.