screenprint on aluminium

getulio alviani


Getulio Alviani 

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The Accidents of youth

Published 1819 by Printed for John Souter, at the Juvenile and School Library, 73, St Paul’s Church-Yard; by Jas. W. and Chas. Adlard, 23, Bartholomew-Close in London .

found at The Public Domain Review via the Open Library


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laserprint collage



Francesco Vezzoli Olga Forever (Olga Picasso en mariée, Boisgeloup), 2012. Oil on canvas and laserprint collage, 206 x 134 x 7 cm via Daily Serving

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Edgar Allan Poe Cottage in the Bronx, circa 1894

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print cut fold


Letha Wilson Cut Forest  Xerox transfer, C-print on cut paper



Letha Wilson Airplane folded C-print

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Ishmael Randall Weeks  Cuts, Burns, Punctures 2012 Double-focus slide projection with hand-altered mechanism. 

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photograph print without a camera



Wolfgang Tillmans Freischwimmer 79 2004

The relationship between painting and photography is has also been explored by Wolfgang Tillmans in work made over the last decade or so. For Tillmans the work starts and ends with photographic process, but in making the images the fundamental notion of photography as drawing with light is used to make images that feel much closer to painting than photography. These are large-scale, painterly abstract pictures are made without a camera; the photographic paper simply records the light Tillmans directs at it. Though the images are abstract, there is a sense that these are drawings of moving light, somehow made liquid by the recording process. The images suggest a process of chemistry, or, more accurately perhaps given that there is a hint of the magical, of alchemy. Some of the pictures hint at strange underwater lifeforms. Hairlike strands move across the paper, often going in and out of focus as they do so. There is the visual complexity of a detailed drawing, yet there is a glow of empty space and a minimal colour palette.

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