SP24 ELIZABETH McALPINE
The screen print is made from a rubbing taken from a paving stone. A haptic sense of the world around us; the erosion and marking of the surface of the paving stone the image is made by the histories acted out on its surface.
The cutting of the print along lines that have been cut in to the surface of the stone.
The cuts function as markers allowing the corner of the print to fold down in a similar way to the folding of the corner of a page in a book to mark a moment.
Elizabeth McAlpine (b. 1973, London, UK) works in photography, sculpture and moving image, exploring and experimenting with analogue and digital photographic techniques. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at Laura Bartlett Gallery, London (2014), Laurel Gitlen Gallery, New York (2012), Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland (2012), Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2010) and in group exhibitions including Everyday Epiphanies, Photography and Daily Life Since 1969 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2013) and UnSpooling – Artist & Cinema at Cornerhouse, Manchester (2010).working.
SP24 ELIZABETH McALPINE, Slab, 2015
- Screen print with fold on paper, 18″ x 24″ (45.72 x 60.96 cm)
- Edition of 25 + 1 artist proof
Printed with archival stocks and inks. Prints are express shipped unframed with corresponding signed and numbered artist certificate. Please note that prices may be subject to change and may increase as an edition begins to sell out.